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Dell, Inc. v. Magnetar Global Event Driven Master Fund Ltd. (II)

High Court rejects Chancery’s decision to disregard deal price entirely in favor of court’s DCF analysis; record belies Chancery’s finding that deal price undervalued company stock, High Court says, urging adoption of deal price as fair value on remand.

Delaware Supreme Court Rebukes Chancery for Disregarding Deal Price

High Court rejects Chancery’s decision to disregard deal price entirely in favor of court’s DCF analysis; record belies Chancery’s finding that deal price undervalued company stock, High Court says, urging adoption of deal price as fair value on remand.

Chancery Rejects Deal Price Based on Unquantifiable ‘Sales Process Mispricing’

For statutory appraisal, Chancery says sales process related to management buyout “functioned imperfectly as a price discovery tool” and gives no weight to final merger price; court relies exclusively on DCF analysis to derive fair value of the company.

In re Appraisal of Dell Inc.

For statutory appraisal, Chancery says sales process related to management buyout “functioned imperfectly as a price discovery tool” and gives no weight to final merger price; court relies exclusively on DCF analysis to derive fair value of the company.

Federal Circuit Restricts Patent Damages to ‘Smallest Salable Infringing Unit’

Federal Circuit requires the apportionment analysis for patent infringement claims to focus on the “smallest saleable unit.”

LaserDynamics, Inc. v. Quanta Computer, Inc. (V)

Federal Circuit requires the apportionment analysis for patent infringement claims to focus on the “smallest saleable unit.”

Court Adds Undeposited Check to Value of Business

Court finds that net asset value of healthcare software company includes un-deposited earnings, despite husband’s contention that the check was for future services.

McRae v. McRae

Court finds that net asset value of healthcare software company includes undeposited earnings, despite husband’s contention that the check was for future services.

LaserDynamics, Inc. v. Quanta Computer, Inc. (IV)

Federal court excludes defendant’s damages expert under Daubert for offering an opinion regarding available, non-infringing alternatives to the patents in suit without providing any facts supporting whether such alternatives in fact existed and whether th ...

LaserDynamics, Inc. v. Quanta Computer, Inc. (III)

Federal law does not bar the admission of reasonable royalty agreements when the patentee seeks a lump sum payout.

LaserDynamics, Inc. v. Quanta Computer, Inc. (II)

Federal court excludes expert’s royalty rate under Daubert for relying on entire market value rule without credible economic foundation and for relying on non-comparable licenses as well as nonspecific, overly broad industry survey.

LaserDynamics, Inc. v. Quanta Computer, Inc. (I)

Federal district court finds $52 million damages award for patent infringement excessive, based largely on improper allocation of the entire market value rule by the plaintiff’s expert.

Chancery court charts own course in appraisal action

The issue in this appraisal action was the value of the shares of eMachines Inc., a company that provided low-cost computer goods to consumers.

Gholl v. eMachines, Inc.

The issue in this appraisal action was the value of the shares of eMachines Inc., a company that provided low-cost computer goods to consumers.

Chunn v. Chunn

At issue is the valuation of husband's software company.

Inclusion of business as a party in divorce proceeding shot down by appellate court

Husband attempted to include Software Dynamics Corporation as a party to this divorce proceeding on appeal. The Court of Appeals held that the corporation "is merely an asset of the marita ...

United States v. Data Translation

Suit claiming that when GSA and DTI negotiated the contract, DTI failed properly to disclose the prices at which it sold its boards to other, non-governmental customers.

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