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Celebrity Cruises, Inc. v. Essef Corp. (II)

Damages case comes back for a third—and perhaps final—tour.

Court Reverses $190 Million Damages Award, Finding Faulty Valuation ‘Yardstick’

Court vacates $190 million lost profits/lost enterprise value award based on flawed comparables and financial analysis.

Walker v Walker

John Walker filed for divorce from Susan Walker in 2002. The superior court issued an order dividing their marital property in March 2004. John appeals on several grounds. First, he argues that the court undervalued a family business, Inuit Travel, and ...

Celebrity Cruises, Inc. v. Essef Corp. (I)

Court vacates $190 million lost profits/lost enterprise value award based on flawed comparables and financial analysis.

Court Rejects DCF and Uses Comparable Public Company Method

A minority shareholder of Travelocity.com Inc. (Travelocity) brought a dissenting shareholder action contesting the $28 per share it received in a short-form merger of Travelocity and seeking a determination of the fair value of its shares.

Doft & Co. v. Travelocity.com Inc.

A minority shareholder of Travelocity.com Inc. (Travelocity) brought a dissenting shareholder action contesting the $28 per share it received in a short-form merger of Travelocity and seeking a determination of the fair value of its shares.

Wright v. Quillen

Issue is the value of wife's travel agency business, and whether her expert's testimony should have been excluded.

In re Marriage of Hagshenas

One issue in this case was the value of the couple's travel agency.

Plaster v. Plaster

One issue in this case was the inclusion of a debt when valuing a business during a marital dissolution.

Cook v. Cook

Issue was the goodwill valuation of husband's travel agency business.

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