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Glaring Unfamiliarity With Patent Law Disqualifies Expert

District court disqualifies proffered expert under all the Daubert factors, finding he lacked any understanding of patent cases and the dominant legal principles; he applied the discredited 25% rule of thumb and the entire market value rule, failed to pro ...

Info-Hold, Inc. v. Muzak LLC

District court disqualifies proffered expert under all the Daubert factors, finding he lacked any understanding of patent cases and the dominant legal principles; he applied the discredited 25% rule of thumb and the entire market value rule, failed to pro ...

Book Value Accurately Reflects FMV of Departing Partner’s Interest

State appellate court validates trial court’s use of book value of LLC to compute FMV of withdrawing partner’s interest; it finds the income approach is inapplicable because there is no guarantee of future cash flow considering the withdrawing member prov ...

Fancher v. Prudhome

State appellate court validates trial court’s use of book value of LLC to compute FMV of withdrawing partner’s interest; it finds the income approach is inapplicable because there is no guarantee of future cash flow considering the withdrawing member prov ...

League v League

The parties were married on October 29, 1988. They have two minor children, Charles R. League, born May 17, 1990, and Lauren G. League, born July 26, 1991.1 On August 30, 2001, plaintiff filed a complaint for divorce, but dismissed it on September 6, 20 ...

Penny Brockbank v. James Lynn Brockbank

The Utah Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court's valuation of an appraisal business at the value of its fixed assets. It reasoned that no error occurred since the value of the business was due in large part to the personal reputation (goodwill) of th ...

Appraisal Business Valued at Its Fixed Asset Value

The Utah Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court's valuation of an appraisal business at the value of its fixed assets. It reasoned that no error occurred since the value of the business was due in large part to the personal reputation (goodwill) of th ...

Piscopo v. Piscopo

The issue in this case was the value of celebrity goodwill.

Suther v. Suther

Issues were whether husband's mechanical contracting business had goodwill and whether the value set forth in a stock retirement agreement was controlling.

Campbell v. Campbell

One of the issues was whether the trial court erred in valuing the goodwill of a community property business run by husband.

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