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Craig Alan Dunn v. Matrix Exhibits, Inc.

The Tennessee Court of Appeals reversed a lower court’s decision denying the plaintiff the value of an interest in the defendant because the value was too speculative in this breach of contract action.

Hamil America, Inc. v. GFI, a Division of Goldtex, Inc.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reversed the district court's calculation of an infringer's profits. The Second Circuit concluded that the deductions for overhead should have been considered even though the defendants were willful infrin ...

Overhead May Be Deducted From Infringer’s Profits

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reversed the district court's calculation of an infringer's profits. The Second Circuit concluded that the deductions for overhead should have been considered even though the defendants were willful infrin ...

Husband Argues That Valuation Should Be Reduced by Personal Income Tax Payments

On appeal, husband argues that the trial court incorrectly valued his business because it failed to reduce the valuation amount to account for estimated personal income tax payments owed by husband and that the trial court incorrectly included goodwill as an asset of the business.

Greene v. Greene

Issue is whether trial court incorrectly valued husband's business by failing to take into account estimated personal income tax payments owed by husband and by including goodwill.

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