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Fraud Litigation Highlights Dispute Over ‘Market Efficiency’

Court rebuffs Daubert challenge to investor expert’s efficient market opinion, saying securities law only requires showing that false statements affected stock price and caused loss to investors, not that market perfectly reflected all public information.

In re Groupon Secs. Litig.

Court rebuffs Daubert challenge to investor expert’s efficient market opinion, saying securities law only requires showing that false statements affected stock price and caused loss to investors, not that market perfectly reflected all public information.

Multimillion-Dollar Personal Goodwill Allocation Leaves Court Stunned

Court says defendants were unjustly enriched when they allocated 40% of the price a competitor paid for assets of and to settle lawsuit with their company to personal goodwill where they also received compensation for consulting services and noncompetes.

Potok v. Rebh

Court says defendants were unjustly enriched when they allocated 40% of the price a competitor paid for assets of and to settle lawsuit with their company to personal goodwill where they also received compensation for consulting services and noncompetes.

Insignia Systems, Inc. v. News America Marketing In-Store, Inc.

Federal district court denies Daubert challenge to plaintiff’s lost profits expert, finding his reliance on optimistic management projections and comparable companies were better suited for cross-examination rather than exclusion.

New Federal Case a ‘Must Read’ for Lost Profits/Lost Business Analysis

Two appraisers testify to lost profits and lost business analysis, defend against Daubert attack. Court examines search for comparables.

Floorgraphics, Inc. v. News America Marketing In-Store Services, Inc.

Two appraisers testify to lost profits and lost business analysis, defend against Daubert attack. Court examines search for comparables.

More Problems With Fairness Opinions: Analyst ‘Pleads the Fifth’ and Bank Faces Gross Negligence

Investment analyst “pleads the Fifth” rather than testify as to how “simple” valuation errors might have led to incorrect fairness opinion.

Ha-Lo Industries, Inc. v. Credit Suisse Boston

Investment analyst “pleads the Fifth” rather than testify as to how “simple” valuation errors might have led to incorrect fairness opinion.

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