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When One Business ‘Steals’ Another, its Net Profits Can Provide Basis for Damages

Because the defendants’ “stole” the plaintiff’s start-up company, the Court upholds a $10 million lost profits damages based on using the defendants’ profits and financial data as a surrogate.

Electronic Funds Solution, LLC v. Murphy

Because the defendants’ “stole” the plaintiff’s start-up company, the Court upholds a $10 million lost profits damages based on using the defendants’ profits and financial data as a surrogate.

Expert With Credentials Wins the Credibility Game

The issue in this marital dissolution was the valuation of husband’s interest in several check cashing outlets that he owned with his brothers.

Powell v. Powell

Husband disputed the trial court's valuation of his check cashing business.

Anne C. Thill v. Ronald E. Thill

The Missouri Court of Appeals reversed a lower court's valuation of one company when that valuation considered depreciation of a second, related corporation. It concluded that when two related companies are valued together, the valuation must consider bo ...

Consolidation of Two Corporations Must Include Both Sides of the Balance Sheets

The Missouri Court of Appeals reversed a lower court's valuation of one company when that valuation considered depreciation of a second, related corporation. It concluded that when two related companies are valued together, the valuation must consider bo ...

Disagreement in Discounts Leads to Redetermination of Value

In this action for dissolution, the wife appealed the trial court’s valuation of the husband’s interest in a closely held corporation.

Katherine B. Arnaud, et al. v. Stockgrowers State Bank of Ashland, Kansas and Stockgrowers Banc Corp

The Kansas Supreme Court answered a certified question: Is it proper for a corporation to determine the fair value of a fractional share pursuant to K.S.A. sec. 17-6405 by applying minority and marketability discounts when the fractional share resulted fr ...

Mercantile Bank v. B & H Associated, Inc., et al.

The Arkansas Supreme Court determined that a bank's sale of collateral - a computer source code- was commercially unreasonable because the bank failed to adequately market the collateral or determine the fair market value of the collateral. Furthermore ...

Trial court's division of marital estate in question

At issue is whether the trial court erred in its division of the marital estate. E. Cassel had acquired 50% of the shares of a corporation that engaged in financial operations. Ronald J. Sa ...

Cassel v. Cassel

At issue is husband's fifty percent interest in Midwest Money Centers, Inc., a corporation engaged in financial operations such as cashing checks and making loans.

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