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In Buyout, Court Extols Expert’s Valuation and Legal Acumen

Appeals court affirms trial court’s valuation of oppressed shareholder’s minority interest in family business based on credentialed appraiser’s “clear, thorough, professional, and reliable” opinion and knowledge of New York valuation-related law.

In Buyout, Court Extols Expert’s Valuation and Legal Acumen

Appeals court affirms trial court’s valuation of oppressed shareholder’s minority interest in family business based on credentialed appraiser’s “clear, thorough, professional, and reliable” opinion and knowledge of New York valuation-related law.

Matter of Adelstein v. Finest Food Distributing Co. (II)

Appeals court affirms trial court’s valuation of oppressed shareholder’s minority interest in family business based on credentialed appraiser’s “clear, thorough, professional, and reliable” opinion and knowledge of New York valuation-related law.

Matter of Adelstein v. Finest Food Distributing Co. (I)

In oppressed shareholder stock valuation proceeding, trial court credits testimony of credentialed appraiser, lauding his methodical approach, use of various methods to cross-check values, and understanding of legal principles related to valuation.

Feesers Inc. v. Michael Foods Inc.

Court finds sufficien proof for “stunning” case of price discrimination based on expert evidence.

Delaware Chancery’s Preference for DCF Turns on Credible Projections

Delaware Chancery conducts thorough DCF analysis in breach of fiduciary duty/appraisal action, with emphasis on credible management projections and inputs.

Crescent/Mach I Partnership v. Turner

Delaware Chancery conducts thorough DCF analysis in breach of fiduciary duty/appraisal action, with emphasis on credible management projections and inputs.

Torres v. Schripps, Inc.

At issue is the value and date of valuation of the shares of stock of Schripps, a closely held corporation.

Fair Value Determination Remanded Due to Lack of Evidence

In this dispute over the valuation of closely held corporation stock, the appellate court reversed and remanded the trial court's valuation of the corporation.

Kreischer v. The Kerrison Dry Goods Company

At issue is the valuation of plaintiffs minority interest in The Kerrison Dry Goods Company.

Plaintiffs Brought Action to Dissolve Corporate Defendant Company

Plaintiffs brought action to dissolve corporate defendant.

More Court Cases … Damages: BGB Pet

Nutro entered into distribution agreements with BGB in territories where Nutro had no previous distribution, allegedly exclusive agreements.

BGB Pet Supply v. Nutro Products

At issue is the admittance of expert testimony.

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