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Court ‘Surprised’ by Expert’s Failure to Back Up Business Loss

Court dismisses claim for business interruption losses because neither the plaintiff nor its experts could prove the damaged equipment caused an actual lost sale or lost sale opportunity.

Divorce Experts Diverge by More Than $1 Million—But Only One Used Correct Valuation Date

Divorce experts diverged by more than $1 million in valuing steel business, and court adopts the larger value based on thorough expert evidence and compliance with the correct valuation date under applicable law.

Goodwin v. Goodwin

Divorce experts diverged by more than $1 million in valuing steel business, and court adopts the larger value based on thorough expert evidence and compliance with the correct valuation date under applicable law.

Estate of O'Neal v. United States

At issue is the valuation date of the value of a deduction claimed by the estate.

11th Circuit Holds Claims Against Estate Do Not Include Post-Death Events

This is an appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.

In re Valley-Vulcan Mold Co., Debtor

At issue is whether the bankruptcy court erred in admitting expert testimony on matters of valuation.

Solvency Opinions Admissible in Bankruptcy Court

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit affirmed the bankruptcy court's decision to permit expert testimony regarding the solvency of the debtor on the date of the alleged preferential transfer.

Harper v. Lovelace

At issue is whether or not Caldwell's Board of Directors violated their fiduciary duty to appellants in the course of negotiating the sale of Caldwell to Contech.

Shareholder Dispute Cases

In this case, the court upheld a Chancery Court decision that the board of directors of a company did not violate its fiduciary duty in organizing the sale of the company's stock to a competitor.

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