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Ibbotson-Derived Discount Rate Subject to Daubert

Court disallows expert theory of “lost opportunity cost” damages for breach of contract, but admits his “standard” lost profits analysis, including reliance on agreed-upon forecasts and an Ibbotson-derived the discount rate.

System Development Integration, LLC v. Computer Sciences Corp.

Court disallows expert theory of “lost opportunity cost” damages for breach of contract, but admits his “standard” lost profits analysis, including reliance on agreed-upon forecasts and an Ibbotson-derived the discount rate.

AccuWeb v. Foley & Lardner

IT company unable to prove economic damages from lapsed patent with “reasonable certainty.”

Another Divorce Client Who Should Have Retained a Valuator

A divorce client who fails to obtain a valuation of a marital asset “has only herself to blame.”

Kojovic v. Goldman

A divorce client who fails to obtain a valuation of a marital asset “has only herself to blame.”

Andrew Luce v. Terence Hanrahan

The California Court of Appeals, First District reversed an unjust enrichment damages award in this misappropriation of trade secrets matter. The court ruled that the wrongdoer’s compensation should be deducted from the wrongdoer’s gross profits to the ex ...

Wrongdoer’s Compensation Should Be Considered in Calculating Unjust Enrichment Damages

The California Court of Appeals, First District reversed an unjust enrichment damages award in this misappropriation of trade secrets matter. The court ruled that the wrongdoer’s compensation should be deducted from the wrongdoer’s gross profits to the ex ...

DP Solutions, Inc. v. Rollins, Inc., et al.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit considered an award of damages in this breach of contract action.

Shareholder Agreement Using Par Value Enforced

Timothy Strickland was a former employee and shareholder of CADD Centers of Florida Inc.

CADD Centers of Florida, Inc. v. Strickland

The issue in this case was the par value of a former employee and shareholder’s stock pursuant to a shareholder agreement.

Court of Appeals Determines Whether an Interest in a Corporation Was Properly Valued

Husband contests the trial court's valuation of his 65% interest in Advanced Integrated Technology, a computer consulting business.

Cheatham v. Cheatham

Issue is the valuation of husband's 65% interest in a computer consulting business, and whether the wife's expert erred in failing to consider pattern of declining earnings.

Hunt v. Hunt

At issue is the valuation of husband's interest in a computer service business.

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