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Does Use of Full Product Line Data Invalidate Damages Formulation?

In trade dress infringement suit, although court finds expert’s computation of the incremental profit percentage figure based on the plaintiff’s entire product line, rather than the products at issue, “troubling,” it concludes damages formula is admissibl ...

Hark’n Technologies, Inc. v. Crossover Symmetry

In trade dress infringement suit, although court finds expert’s computation of the incremental profit percentage figure based on the plaintiff’s entire product line, rather than the products at issue, “troubling,” it concludes damages formula is admissibl ...

Inadequate valuation report disregarded

The issue in this marital dissolution was the value of the couple’s one-half interest in Northern Bait.

May v. May

The issue in this marital dissolution was the value of the couple’s one-half interest in Northern Bait.

Independent Investor Test Is One Factor Among Many in the 9th Circuit When Considering Reasonable Compensation

The U.S. Court of Appeals underscored that the independent investor test is but one of several factors to be considered when determining reasonable and deductible compensation under sec. 162 and is not dispositive of the issue.

Valuation based on expert testimony rather than purchase price and loan application values upheld

One issue in this marital dissolution was the valuation of stock in two closely held companies.

Lack of appraisal evidence results in ballpark valuation by court

One issue in this marital dissolution was the value of husband’s gun business, the Cop Shop.

Club Car, Inc. v. Club Car (Quebec) Import, Inc., et al.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit affirmed the trial court’s decision to exclude an expert and his testimony under Daubert.

Expert Stricken Under Daubert for Calculating Gross Lost Profits

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit affirmed the trial court’s decision to exclude an expert and his testimony under Daubert.

Ferro v. Ferro

Husband's gun dealership valued by court, wife's valuation of business without merit. No experts were consulted.

Dobbins v. Dobbins

Wife contends that value of stock in outdoor equipment store should be based on a previous sale of same stock, not on valuation. On appeal, stock is valued according to the valuation.

Fair Value Affected by Existence of Stock Options

The issue in this case was the existence of certain stock options in favor of the company's president, which would affect the value of a dissenting shareholder's shares.

G. I. Joe's Inc v. Nizam

The issue in this case was the existence of certain stock options in favor of the company's president, which would affect the value of a dissenting shareholder's shares.

Minority and marketability discounts rejected in valuing 34% interest

In this marital dissolution case, one of the primary issues was whether the trial court abused its discretion in valuing the husband's shares in sporting goods stores.

Ferraro v. Ferraro

At issue is the admittance of evidence and the valuation of husband's business interest in sporting goods stores.

Wife appeals trial court's valuation of husband's convenience stores

Wife appealed the trial court's valuation of two marital businesses: 1) Darrell's Enterprises , a bicycle assembly business that also sold some convenience store items; and 2) B.J.'s Quick Stop Inc., which ran 14 convenience stores.

Leblanc v. Leblanc

At issue is whether the the trial court erred in not assigning a value to the "goodwill" of B.J.'s Quick Stop and Darrell's Enterprises and in valuing the corporations at liquidation value rather than at fair market value.

McDavid v. McDavid

Issues included valuation of FEMCO stock and its classification as marital property.

In re the Marriage of Wolhaupter-Heinzel

One of the issues was whether the parties' gun shop business should be valued at liquidation value or book value of inventory since wife wanted to continue the business.

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