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Federal Circuit Majority Says ‘Premium’ License Calculation Includes Noninfringing Products

Court majority says jury award was based on insufficient evidence because expert’s damage theory envisioned a premium freedom-to-operate license based on past sales of noninfringing products; dissent says expert’s hypothetical negotiation reflected real world concerns and supported award.

Enplas Display Device Corp. v. Seoul Semiconductor Co.

Court majority says jury award was based on insufficient evidence because expert’s damage theory envisioned a premium freedom-to-operate license based on past sales of noninfringing products; dissent says expert’s hypothetical negotiation reflected real world concerns and supported award.

Previous Valuations Assist in Showing Debtor’s Post-LBO Solvency

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reversed the bankruptcy court's grant of summary judgment in favor of the creditor's regarding the solvency of the company just after the LBO transaction. The court noted that the purchase price is highly p ...

In re Structurlite Plastics Corporation: SPC Corporation, et al. v. Robert E. Griffith, et al.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reversed the bankruptcy court's grant of summary judgment in favor of the creditor's regarding the solvency of the company just after the LBO transaction. The court noted that the purchase price is highly p ...

Adoption of stale valuation date is abuse of discretion

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the appropriate valuation date for valuing the couples’ business, Golight Inc., which had won a patent infringement suit against Walmart Stores Inc.

Gohl v. Gohl

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the appropriate valuation date for valuing the couples' business, Golight, Inc., which had won a patent infringement suit against Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Thomas Persson v. Smart Inventions, Inc., et al.

The California Court of Appeals, Second District affirmed a damage award in the fraudulent concealment action involving the sale of stock between shareholders, which was measured as the actual value of the interest less the amount of the purchase price. T ...

Damages Flowing From Withheld Corporate Information Considered

The California Court of Appeals, 2nd District, affirmed a damage award in the fraudulent concealment action involving the sale of stock between shareholders, which was measured as the actual value of the interest less the amount of the purchase price.

Claire Maglica v. Anthony Maglica

The California Court of Appeals reversed a lower court's award of one-half the increase in value of a company. The Maglica's cohabitated, but were not married. They also worked together and were members of the board of the defendant's company. Petition ...

Equity Interest in One Party’s Business Cannot Be Gained Under Quantum Merit

The California Court of Appeals reversed a lower court's award of one-half the increase in value of a company. The Maglica's cohabitated, but were not married. They also worked together and were members of the board of the defendant's company. Petition ...

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