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Wrongdoer’s Net Profit Awarded for Misappropriation of Trade Secret

The Arkansas Court of Appeals adjusted an award of the wrongdoer’s profits to reflect commission, telephone and salary expenses that were not considered in the lower court’s determination in this misappropriation of trade secrets case. It also affirmed t ...

Shonda Brown, et al. v. Ruallam Enterprises, Inc. (I)

The Arkansas Court of Appeals determined that the appropriate measure of damages in a misappropriation of trade secrets case was net profit, whether lost by the plaintiff or gained by the defendants, whichever was greater. It further concluded that roundi ...

Damages for Misappropriation of Trade Secret Determined

The Arkansas Court of Appeals determined that the appropriate measure of damages in a misappropriation of trade secrets case was net profit, whether lost by the plaintiff or gained by the defendants, whichever was greater. It further concluded that roundi ...

Evidence Fails to Support Value of Wife’s Business

Wife appeals the trial court's valuation of husband's auto parts store, as well as her home decorating business. At trial, wife's expert, Charles Michael Ison, CPA testified that husband's ...

Sides v. Sides

At issue is the valuation of husband's auto part business and wife's floral business.

Florafax International, Inc. v. GTE Marketing Research, Inc.

The Oklahoma Supreme Court reinstated a jury's damage award for lost profits.

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