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Athlon Sports Communications, Inc. v. Duggan (II)

Court overrules precedent requiring exclusive use of Delaware block method to determine fair value in dissenting shareholder cases; trial courts may use other, more “modern” methods, including forward-looking DCF analysis, state high court says and remands for reevaluation of earlier ruling.

Delaware Block Method No Longer Mandatory in Tennessee Fair Value Proceedings

Court overrules precedent requiring exclusive use of Delaware block method to determine fair value in dissenting shareholder cases; trial courts may use other, more “modern” methods, including forward-looking DCF analysis, state high court says and remands for reevaluation of earlier ruling.

Tennessee Sticks With Delaware Block Method in Judicial Appraisals

Appeals court says trial court followed applicable law when it used Delaware block method to determine fair value of dissenting shareholders’ interests; court declines to change law on valuation, saying reversal must come from state Supreme Court.

Tennessee Sticks With Delaware Block Method in Judicial Appraisals

Appeals court says trial court followed applicable law when it used Delaware block method to determine fair value of dissenting shareholders’ interests; court declines to change law on valuation, saying reversal must come from state Supreme Court.

Athlon Sports Communications, Inc. v. Duggan (I)

Appeals court says trial court followed applicable law when it used Delaware block method to determine fair value of dissenting shareholders’ interests; court declines to change law on valuation, saying reversal must come from state Supreme Court.

Reasonable Compensation Does Not Consider CEO’s Role in Related Businesses

Tax Court disallows $500,000 bonus to CEO of startup as reasonable compensation, despite company enjoying a 42% return on equity.

Universal Marketing, Inc. v. Commissioner

Tax Court disallows $500,000 bonus to CEO of start-up as reasonable compensation, despite company enjoying a 42% return on equity.

Business formed day after dissolution filed not marital asset

The issue in this case was whether the business Lucky Star Advertising, Inc . was a marital asset subject to equitable distribution. Facts Husband filed the petition for dissolutio ...

Caruso v. Caruso

The issue in this case was whether the business Lucky Star Advertising, Inc. was a marital asset subject to equitable distribution.

National Advertising Company v. State of Nevada, Department of Transportation

The Nevada Supreme Court concluded that the advertising company could recover income generated by a billboard when it has been condemned and cannot be relocated. The court noted that the income capitalization method (gross income multiplier) and the compa ...

Lost Future Income Considered in Billboard Condemnation

The Nevada Supreme Court concluded that the advertising company could recover income a billboard generated when it has been condemned and cannot be relocated.

Target Market Publishing, Inc. v. ADVO, Inc.

At issue is breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty by ADVO, Inc.

Nimtz v. Nimtz

One issue in this case was the valuation of husband's advertising agency.

In re the Marriage of Maxwell

Issue was the value of husband's advertising business, including whether the business had enterprise goodwill.

Karis v. Karis

Issue is whether the trial court erred in valuing the husband's advertising agency, which husband argued improperly included goodwill and future earnings.

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