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Harold Tatum Jr. v. Patricia L. Tatum

The Kentucky Court of Appeals affirmed the valuation of a specialty machine business. The company was valued using the straight capitalization method and a 20 percent discount for lack of marketability. The court rejected in part the valuations performed ...

Straight Capitalization Method Used

The Kentucky Court of Appeals affirmed the valuation of a specialty machine business.

Dresser-Rand Company v. Virtual Automation, Inc.

United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit F I L E D February 23, 2004 Charles R. Fulbruge III Clerk Revised March 12, 2004 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS For the Fifth Circuit No. 02-20834 DRESSER-RAND COMPANY Plaintiff-Appellee-Cross-Appellant, VERSUS VIRTUAL AUTOMATION INC, ET AL. Defendants APIX, INC., a Florida Corporation; DENNIS C. MEZZATESTA, Individual; CHRIS TSIPOURAS, Individual Defendants-Appellants-Cross-Appellees __________________________________________________________ consolidated with No. 03-20417 DRESSER-RAND COMPANY Plaintiff-Appellant, VERSUS VIRTUAL AUTOMATION INC, a Texas Corporation, ET AL.

Nora Weigel v. Robert Weigel

The North Dakota Supreme Court concluded that the wife in a short-term marriage could be a "disadvantaged spouse" and required alimony because she had foregone opportunities and lost advantages.

Homemaker Is a Disadvantaged Spouse

The North Dakota Supreme Court concluded that the wife in a short-term marriage could be a "disadvantaged spouse" and required alimony because she had foregone opportunities and lost advantages.

Helen W. Sagarin v. Joseph Saragin

The New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department affirmed the lower court's use of the date of trial as the valuation date, rather than the date of commencement. The lower court departed from the date of commencement because the business ...

Valuation Date at the Date of Trial When the Business Declined Post-Commencement

The New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, 2nd Department, affirmed the lower court's use of the date of trial as the valuation date, rather than the date of commencement.

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