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Court Finds Delayed Disclosure of Expert’s Complete Report ‘Substantially Justified’

Court denies defendants’ Rule 37 motion to exclude opposing expert’s report and testimony; court notes reason for expert report’s ...

Wright v. Old Gringo, Inc.

Court denies defendants’ Rule 37 motion to exclude opposing expert’s report and testimony; court notes reason for expert report’s lateness was defendants’ litigation strategy, including efforts to thwart production of financial information vital for valuation of company and damages calculation.

Christina Larson Schmitz v. Michael John Schmitz

The Alaska Supreme Court reversed a trial court’s characterization of interests in a business as the husband’s separate property. The wife was a financially disadvantaged spouse, who received an interim attorneys’ fees award that the husband did not satis ...

Active Appreciation in Accounting Practice Considered

The Alaska Supreme Court reversed a trial court’s characterization of interests in a business as the husband’s separate property. The wife was a financially disadvantaged spouse, who received an interim attorneys’ fees award that the husband did not satis ...

Charges of Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Fraud, and Misrepresentation Part of Company Stock Exchange

Plaintiffs charge breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and negligent misrepresentations in connection with their exchange of Genesco Inc. Serial Preferred Stock for Genesco common stock Aug. 1, 1988.

Miller v. Genesco

At issue is a claim by the plaintiff stockholders of breach of fiduciary duty and fraud by the defendant company during an exchange of preferred stock to common stock.

Gill v. Gill

At issue is the enhancement in value of the husband's retail shoe business.

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