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Value Determination Accords With Parties’ Contract, Chancery Says

Court says valuation firm’s determination of value of defendants’ put units accords with agreement to which plaintiff and defendants committed themselves; since contract does not provide for judicial review, court won’t “second-guess” valuator’s judgment.

PECO Logistics, LLC v. Walnut Inv. Partners, L.P.

Court says valuation firm’s determination of value of defendants’ put units accords with agreement to which plaintiff and defendants committed themselves; since contract does not provide for judicial review, court won’t “second-guess” valuator’s judgment.

Confusion Over ‘Double Dip’ Leads to Triple Appeal (Heller II)

Court of Appeals determines, based on the nature of the husband’s interest in an S corporation, that the state marital dissolution statutes prohibit the double dip; i.e., the trial court awarding the wife an interest in the business and then awarding spou ...

Confusion Over ‘Double Dip’ Leads to Triple Appeal (Heller III)

Confusion Over ‘Double Dip’ Leads to Triple Appeal ...

Confusion Over ‘Double Dip’ Leads to Triple Appeal (Heller I)

Court of Appeals determines, based on the nature of the husband’s interest in an S corporation, that the state marital dissolution statutes prohibit the double dip; i.e., the trial court awarding the wife an interest in the business and then awarding spou ...

Heller v. Heller (III)

Court of Appeals ratifies its prior decisions concerning the prohibition against the double-dip in this case, but reverses the trial court’s support award as unreasonable and unsupported use of his business profits.

Heller v. Heller (II)

Court of Appeals determines, based on the nature of the husband’s interest in an S corporation, that the state marital dissolution statutes prohibit the double dip; i.e., the trial court awarding the wife an interest in the business and then awarding spou ...

Heller v. Heller (I)

Court of Appeals determines, based on the nature of the husband’s interest in an S corporation, that the state marital dissolution statutes prohibit the double dip; i.e., the trial court awarding the wife an interest in the business and then awarding spou ...

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