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DCF Valuation Meant to Underpin Fairness Opinion Upends It

Court agrees with plaintiff shareholder that the proposed merger was the result of a defective sale process that included the company board’s reliance on a weak fairness opinion with valuations that were “poor indicators” of the company’s value; the sale ...

Koehler v. Netspend Holdings Inc.

Court agrees with plaintiff shareholder that the proposed merger was the result of a defective sale process that included the company board’s reliance on a weak fairness opinion with valuations that were “poor indicators” of the company’s value; the sale ...

Dueling Daubert Motions in Securities Fraud Litigation Focus on Loss Causation

Federal district court rejects expert’s “insolvency theory” of loss causation, finding that, even when securities fraud leads to a company to bankruptcy, plaintiffs must show causal link between the alleged loss and qualified corrective disclosures.

In re DVI, Inc. Securities Litigation

Federal district court rejects expert’s “insolvency theory” of loss causation, finding that even when securities fraud leads to a company to bankruptcy, plaintiffs must show causal link between the alleged loss and qualified corrective disclosures.

In re Allied Capital Corp. Securities Litigation

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK In re ALLIED CAPITAL CORPORATION SECURITIES LITIGATION. 02 Civ. 3812 (GEL) OPINION AND ORDER Marc A. Perrone, Stull, Stull & Brody, New York, NY (Jules Brody and Aaron Brody, Stull, Stull & Brody; S. Gene Cauley, J. Allen Cauley, and Deborah Sallings, Cauley Geller Bowman & Coates LLP, Little Rock, AR; David Kessler and Michael K. Yarnoff, Bala Cynwyd, PA; on the brief), for Plaintiffs.

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