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In Re Riddle

The appeal in this case dealt with, among other issues, the trial court’s decision to adopt the husband’s expert’s value that was based on a capitalization of earnings based on expected future income. The appellate court noted that the evidence from the trial showed that the business received no revenue after the wife sold her interest to a third party, and there was no evidence that similar earnings would occur in the future. The trial court’s determination of value was vacated and remanded.

Medical Practice Valuation Turns on Accounts Receivable

Two rheumatologists, Hensarling and Songcharoen, were equal shareholders of the Jackson Arthritis Clinic and Osteoporosis Center PA.

Hensarling v. Songcharoen

At issue is the value for Songcharoen's stock in the plaintiff and defendant's medical corporation.

Anthony Kish and Action Medical v. Health Personnel Options Corporation

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals reversed a trial court's determination of damages stemming from a breach of contract to purchase a business and retention of the business's assets.

Damages for Failure to Return Assets Capped at Their Purchase Price

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals reversed a trial court's determination of damages stemming from a breach of contract to purchase a business and retention of the business's assets.

Alpha Medical, Inc. (Alpha Medical II) v. CIR

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reversed the U.S. Tax Court and permitted Alpha Medical to deduct the full $4.4 million salary it paid its Founder and CEO under IRC sec. 162. The Sixth Circuit reviewed the lower court's analysis of the com ...

Alpha Medical, Inc. (Alpha Medical I) v. CIR

The Tax Court considered whether a CEO's compensation was reasonable and thus deductible to the company under IRC Sec. 162. The Tax Court applied a multi-factor test which considered the executive's qualifications, the executive's past compensation, the ...

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