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May Court Disregard Shareholder Agreement in Judicial Buyout?

Appeals court finds in judicial buyout, district court properly updated stock price listed in shareholder agreement and could disregard experts’ market approach values, but it erred when it abandoned the contract’s terms as to the manner of the payment.

Piche v. Braaten

Appeals court finds in judicial buyout, district court properly updated stock price listed in shareholder agreement and could disregard experts’ market approach values, but it erred when it abandoned the contract’s terms as to the manner of the payment.

Courts Void Noncompete and Remands $1.1 Million in Damages

Court remands $1.1 million damages award for proper measure of lost profits due to misappropriation of trade secret from medical staffing company.

Stock Options Valued for Inclusion in a Bankruptcy Estate

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit affirmed the bankruptcy court’s decision that the bankruptcy estate was entitled to share in the proceeds of the option to the extent the option was earned prior to the bankruptcy filing. Further, it limite ...

In re Susan E. Wick, Debtor: John E. Stoeber v. Susan E. Wick, et al.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit affirmed the bankruptcy court’s decision that the bankruptcy estate was entitled to share in the proceeds of the option to the extent the option was earned prior to the bankruptcy filing. Further, it limite ...

Court may not use pre–date-of-trial valuation as sanction

The valuation issue in this marital dissolution case was whether the court could use a pre–date-of-trial valuation as a sanction against husband.

Expert Testimony Would Have Helped Defend Lost Profits Award From a No Evidence Decision

The Texas Court of Appeals, 4th District, concluded that a lower court properly granted judgment notwithstanding the verdict and vacated a lost profits award in this contract action.

Moeller v. Barnhart

One issue in this marital dissolution was the value of the couples closely held corporation.

B & D Foundations, Inc. v. CIR

The Tax Court considered expert testimony regarding reasonable compensation deductions. Both parties’ experts based their conclusions on data from RMA, Watson Wyatt, the Conference Board, or studies they performed. The court rejected their conclusions bec ...

Reasonable Compensation Based on Surveys Rejected

The Tax Court considered expert testimony regarding reasonable compensation deductions.

Favell v. Favell

One issue in this case was the deduction in value due to a covenant not to compete.

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