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Courts Wrestle With Discount Rate for Future Stock Price Increase

In retaliation suit requiring valuation of company restricted stock, district court, despite hesitation, affirms expert’s proposed zero percent net discount rate finding expert provided some support for it.

Hardenbrook v. United Parcel Service, Inc.

In retaliation suit requiring valuation of company restricted stock, district court, despite hesitation, affirms expert’s proposed zero percent net discount rate finding expert provided some support for it.

Failure to Present Goodwill Value Proves Fatal for Damages Claims

Failure to present adequate goodwill value, and proper categorization of damages proves to be fatal for plaintiffs.

Quick Pick Express, LLC v. Quick Pick Express, Inc.

Failure to present adequate goodwill value, and proper categorization of damages proves to be fatal for plaintiffs.

Valuation finding that merely lists two factors found erroneous

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the valuation of the parties’ closely held postal and shipping service business, Alley Enterprises, Inc. which operated The Mailbox Plus.

Alley v. Alley

At issue is the valuation of debt owned by the marital business (trial court did not value this) as well as classification of other debts as marital.

In re Thomas, Debtors

At issue is the value of a secured claim held by the Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") in the Debtors' stock in a closely held corporation.

Value of One-Man Delivery Business Includes Goodwill

The Internal Revenue Service filed a secured claim in the debtors' Chapter 13 bankruptcy case.

Jim's Hot Shot Service, Inc. v. Continental Western Ins. Co.

Court disallows double recovery of lost profits and lost business claims.

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