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What Makes a Market Efficient? Federal Court Lists Five Factors

Federal court defines market efficiency, the five factors that prove it—and the financial analysis that does (and does not)—meet the burden of proof.

In re Polymedica Corporation Securities Litigation (II)

Federal court defines market efficiency, the five factors that prove it—and the financial analysis that does (and does not) meet the burden of proof.

In re PolyMedica Corp. Securities Litigation (I)

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit determined the appropriate definition of an efficient market when determining whether the fraud-on-the-market presumption may be used when considering certification of a class of plaintiffs. It further deter ...

Market Efficiency in Fraud-on-the-Market Defined in the First Circuit

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit determined the appropriate definition of an efficient market when determining whether the fraud-on-the-market presumption may be used when considering certification of a class of plaintiffs. It further deter ...

Thomas McPherson, et al. v. Daniel Scully, et al.

In Thomas McPherson, et al. v. Daniel Scully, et al., 2004 CanLII 48171 (ON S.C.), decided December 16, 2004, the Ontario Supreme Court considered a damage award in this breach of trust action. McPherson was a successful businessman with substantial finan ...

Appraisal Must Be Based on Evidence in the Record

In Thomas McPherson, et al. v. Daniel Scully, et al., 2004 CanLII 48171 (ON S.C.), decided December 16, 2004, the Ontario Supreme Court considered a damage award in this breach of trust action. McPherson was a successful businessman with substantial finan ...

Alphamed, Incorporated v. B. Braun Medical, Inc., et al.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit affirmed the lower court’s decision that gross profits could be calculated using the quantity and price established in the breached contract.

Andrea Cipriano v. CIR

The Tax Court considered whether payments received from a former spouse were includible in the petitioner’s gross income under IRC sec. 61. She argued that the payments were excludable under IRC sec. 1041, because they were for the future appreciation of ...

Interest Received on Property Distribution Is Income

The Tax Court considered whether payments received from a former spouse were includible in the petitioner’s gross income under IRC sec. 61.

Lurid Picture of Greed II: The Sequel

Plaintiff William A. Brandt, Jr., the Chapter 7 trustee, filed an adversary proceeding against virtually every entity that was involved in the acquisition of Healthco, a provider of dental equipment and services.

Brandt v. Hicks, Muse & Co.

At issue is breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract and gross negligence.

Court Reverses Order to Dismiss Fraud Case

At issue is whether the lower court properly dismissed a complaint on the basis of failure to state a cause of action.

Bernstein v. Kelso

At issue is whether the management employees of a corporation scheming with a potential buyer to sell the corporation at the lowest possible price the principal and other shareholders would accept.

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