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In COVID-19 Business Interruption Case, Court Finds Business Adequately Alleges It Suffered a Physical Loss

In this business interruption case resulting from mandatory shutdowns to control COVID-19, the court declined to grant a motion to dismiss claims of plaintiffs; plaintiffs, inter alia, adequately allege that they suffered a physical loss due to COVID-19.

Studio 417 v. Cincinnati Ins. Co.

In this business interruption case resulting from mandatory shutdowns to control COVID-19, the court declined to grant a motion to dismiss claims of plaintiffs; plaintiffs, inter alia, adequately allege that they suffered a physical loss due to COVID-19.

The Same Capitalization Rate Must Be Used When Determining Actual Value and Value as Represented For Damages from a Fraudulent Business Sale

The Eighth Circuit reversed a bankruptcy court's calculation of perception damages for fraudulent dale of a business. It found that the Gourleys were entitled to rescission or benefit of the bargain damages, which were measured by the amount they paid le ...

In re Mary Beth Usery (Ewing B. Gourley v. Mary Beth Usery)

The Eighth Circuit reversed a bankruptcy court's calculation of perception damages for fraudulent dale of a business. It found that the Gourleys were entitled to rescission or benefit of the bargain damages, which were measured by the amount they paid le ...

Noell v. Noell

At issue is the valuation of wife's hair salon.

Net asset values upheld on appeal

The primary issues in this marital dissolution involves the classification and valuation of two businesses, Jordantown Market and Happy Hair Salon . Net asset value upheld on procedur ...

Net asset value upheld on procedural grounds

The primary issues in this marital dissolution involves the classification and valuation of two businesses, Jordantown Market and Happy Hair Salon.

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