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Experienced (but Uncertified) Expert Caught in Deposition

Experience but uncertified expert in licensing loses standing to testify in aggressive deposition questions regarding support for royalty rate calculations.

Unleashed Magazine, Inc. v. Orange Co., Fla.

Experience but uncertified expert in licensing loses standing to testify in aggressive deposition questions regarding support for royalty rate calculations.

Complex Common Stock Valuations v. Commonsense—Guess Which Wins?

Court considers multiple expert analyses versus “commonsense” to come up with value of parent company common stock uncoupled from management authority.

Thomas John Farrell v. Olivia Farrell

The Supreme Court of Arkansas affirmed the valuation of the appreciation in a controlling interest in a closely held company that was the wife’s non-marital property. It valued the stock by reference to a recent transaction involving a minority interest i ...

Appreciation in Controlling Interest in Separate Property Business Valued Using Recent Transaction of Minority Interest

The Supreme Court of Arkansas affirmed the valuation of the appreciation in a controlling interest in a closely held company that was the wife’s non-marital property. It valued the stock by reference to a recent transaction involving a minority interest i ...

Tribune Co. v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue

Court considers multiple expert analyses versus “commonsense” to come up with value of parent company common stock uncoupled from management authority ...

Gold v. Ziff Communications Co.

At issue is breach of contract.

Lost Business Value Damages Remanded for Calculation From Proper Date of Contract Breach

Among a complex web of disputes and grants of partial summary judgments, Gold sued Ziff Communications for breach of contract and sought lost business value damages.

Elements of Dissenting Stockholder Decision Controversial

This opinion is the latest in a string of decisions on a dissenting stockholder suit originally filed May 5, 1986.

Gonsalves v. Straight Arrow Publishers, Inc. (III)

Issues on remand of this dissenting stockholder action concern the inputs to the earnings capitalization method.

Chancellor's Approach a Question of Law

Appellant-petitioner contends that the Court of Chancery erred in its acceptance of the appellee-respondent's valuation evidence, resulting in the exclusion of petitioner's valuation evidence.

Gonsalves v. Straight Arrow Publishers

At issue is whether the trial court erred in its uncritical acceptance of the appellee's valuation evidence to the total exclusion of evidence to the contrary.

Court Adopts Accepted Methods in Determining Rolling Stone's Fair value

The case involves the appraised value of the common stock of Straight Arrow Publishing, whose primary product is Rolling Stone magazine.

Gonsalves v. Straight Arrow Publishers

At issue is the fair value of the plaintiff's shares of the defendant company at the time of a merger.

Foltz v. U.S. News & World Report

At issue is the undervaluation of plaintiff's interest in the defendant company at retirement.

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