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In Appraisal Action, Court Determines Fair Value Using Deal Price Minus Synergies and Adjusting for Increase in Value From Signing to Closing of Merger

In a merger action involving a publicly traded company, dissenting shareholders sued for a higher value than the deal consideration. Under the applicable appraisal jurisprudence, the court calculates fair value using the deal price minus synergies and adjusting for the change in value of the target between the signing and closing of the transaction.

In re Appraisal of Regal Entertainment Group

In a merger action involving a publicly traded company, dissenting shareholders sued for a higher value than the deal consideration. Under the applicable appraisal jurisprudence, the court calculates fair value using the deal price minus synergies and adjusting for the change in value of the target between the signing and closing of the transaction.

Permissible for Trial Court to ‘Blend the Baby’ in Valuing Marital Business?

Appellate court affirms value of movie theatre businesses that falls midway between the experts’ estimates, finding that husband/owner could manipulate their costs and contracts, so wife’s expert had a basis for using industry cost standards but not indus ...

Moore v. Moore, Inc.

Appellate court affirms value of movie theatre businesses that falls midway between the experts’ estimates, finding that husband/owner could manipulate their costs and contracts, so wife’s expert had a basis for using industry cost standards but not indus ...

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