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Assignee’s Low Valuation Does Not Control Patent Damages Calculation

District court denies defendants’ post-trial challenge to $10 million jury award finding the fact that the patent assignee at the time of the hypothetical negotiation was worth less than its single patent-in-suit does not control the assessment of patent ...

SSL Services, LLC v. Citrix Systems, Inc.

District court denies defendants’ post-trial challenge to $10 million jury award finding the fact that the patent assignee at the time of the hypothetical negotiation was worth less than its single patent-in-suit does not control the assessment of patent ...

Another ‘Must-Read’ Decision From Delaware Chancery on the DCF, Discount Rate, and More

Delaware Chancery Court confirms its preference for the DCF approach in a statutory appraisal action as well as the CAPM for calculating the discount rate and the supply-side ERP, but rejects an adjustment to the size premium to account for the latter.

In re: Appraisal of The Orchard Enterprises, Inc.

Delaware Chancery Court confirms its preference for the DCF approach in a statutory appraisal action as well as the CAPM for calculating the discount rate and the supply-side ERP, but rejects an adjustment to the size premium to account for the latter.

Court Rejects Discounted Cash Flow Model in Highly Leveraged Company

At issue is the fair market value of Soft Warehouse Inc. (SWI) stock a key employee purchased on June 30, 1989.

Morton v. Commissioner

At issue is fair market value of the capital stock of Soft Warehouse, Inc.

DePalma v. Westland Software House

Court declines to consider tax benefits that a plaintiff may have received because of the expense of a contract in determining compensatory damages.

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