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Expert’s Damages Opinion Specific Enough for Class Certification Stage

In a securities case, court applies Daubert analysis to plaintiff expert’s market efficiency opinion and event study; expert is qualified even without academic background, and his damages opinion is sufficiently specific to facts of the case and reliable.

Expert’s Damages Opinion Specific Enough for Class Certification Stage

In a securities case, court applies Daubert analysis to plaintiff expert’s market efficiency opinion and event study; expert is qualified even without academic background, and his damages opinion is sufficiently specific to facts of the case and reliable.

Willis v. Big Lots, Inc.

In a securities case, court applies Daubert analysis to plaintiff expert’s market efficiency opinion and event study; expert is qualified even without academic background, and his damages opinion is sufficiently specific to facts of the case and reliable.

Dive Shop Value Based on Owner’s Testimony

The Iowa Court of Appeals considered the $4,000 valuation of a dive shop based on testimony from the husband-owner. A valuation of the business was not obtained in connection with the divorce, but the value was supported by testimony from the business’ co ...

In re the Marriage of Scott A. Jones v. Donna M. Jones

The Iowa Court of Appeals considered the $4,000 valuation of a dive shop based on testimony from the husband-owner. A valuation of the business was not obtained in connection with the divorce, but the value was supported by testimony from the business’ co ...

Estate of Cyril I. Magnin v. CIR (III)

The Tax Court considered whether a decedent received adequate and full consideration under an agreement executed in 1951. The Ninth Circuit determined that the proper measure of valuing adequate and full consideration was the actuarial value of the remain ...

Introduction of Lost Profits Evidence Affirmed

The California Court of Appeal considered whether the introduction of lost profits testimony in a personal injury action.

George Heiner v. Kmart Corporation

The California Court of Appeal considered whether the introduction of lost profits testimony in a personal injury action.

Reduction for Obsolescence and Trademark Rights Key to Ad Valorem Tax

The Georgia Court of Appeals heard this appeal from the Macon-Bibb County Board of Tax Assessors.

Macon-Bibb County Board of Tax Assessors v. J.C. Penney Company

At issue is the plaintiff's claim that the Taxpayer presented no competent evidence of the fair market value of the inventory.

Price Negotiations With Criminal Did Not Establish Value of Converted Stock

The 5th Circuit affirmed a jury's determination of damages in a stock conversion case.

50-Off Stores, Inc. v. Banques Paribas (Suisse) S.A., et al.

The 5th Circuit affirmed a jury's determination of damages in a stock conversion case.

Questrom v. Federated Dep't Stores

At issue is the determination of incentive compensation.

CEO can't challenge valuation pursuant to employment agreement

The CEO of Federated brought suit against the corporation. The CEO objected to the choice of valuation expert chosen to determine the value of the company's equity appreciation for the purpo ...

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