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Expert’s Evidence Is Key to Reversing a Zero Damages Verdict

Texas Court of Appeals enforces a ten-year non-compete agreement as to an owner selling a business; it also reverses a jury award of zero lost profits damages after finding the plaintiff’s expert offered reliable evidence of lost customer contracts and sa ...

Heritage Operating, LP v. Rhine Bros. LLC

Texas Court of Appeals enforces a ten-year non-compete agreement as to an owner selling a business; it also reverses a jury award of zero lost profits damages after finding the plaintiff’s expert offered reliable evidence of lost customer contracts and sa ...

Seahorse Marine Supplies, Inc. v. Puerto Rico Sun Oil Company

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit considered the admissibility of expert testimony.

Appeals Court Accepts Averaging of Two Experts' Values

Respondent, Steven McDuffie, brought a stockholder oppression action against defendants, Thomas and Patricia O'Neal, Joseph Minshew and Blue Flame Gas Co.

McDuffie v. O'Neal

At issue is the defendant's appeal to the valuation of Blue Flame Gas Co., Inc ...

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