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Turek Enterprises, Inc. v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.

In business interruption case resulting from mandatory shutdowns to control COVID-19, court finds plaintiff chiropractic clinic failed to show insurer breached its policy; court says plaintiff did not demonstrate “tangible damage” to property and failed to overcome policy’s express virus exclusion.

In COVID-19 Business Interruption Case, Court Finds Business Cannot Show Insurer’s Coverage Denial Breached Contract

In business interruption case resulting from mandatory shutdowns to control COVID-19, court finds plaintiff chiropractic clinic failed to show insurer breached its policy; court says plaintiff did not demonstrate “tangible damage” to property and failed to overcome policy’s express virus exclusion.

Expert’s Best-Effort Medical Practice Valuation Holds Up on Appeal

Appeals court upholds medical practice valuation despite gaps in expert analysis, including failure to analyze goodwill and exclude premarriage value portion of practice; expert’s job was “complicated” due to owner-spouse’s noncompliance with discovery.

Ramundo v. Ramundo

Appeals court upholds medical practice valuation despite gaps in expert analysis, including failure to analyze goodwill and exclude premarriage value portion of practice; expert’s job was “complicated” due to owner-spouse’s noncompliance with discovery.

Expert’s Best-Effort Medical Practice Valuation Holds Up on Appeal

Appeals court upholds medical practice valuation despite gaps in expert analysis, including failure to analyze goodwill and exclude premarriage value portion of practice; expert’s job was “complicated” due to owner-spouse’s noncompliance with discovery.

May a Divorce Court Presume Noncompete in Valuing a Professional Practice?

Oregon court adopts majority rule, finding it improper to predicate the value of a professional practice on a non-compete.

Slater v. Slater

Oregon court adopts majority rule, finding it improper to predicate the value of a professional practice on a noncompete.

Rebuttal Expert Proves Key in Proving Enterprise Goodwill for Chiropractic Practice in Divorce

Trial court has the discretion to rely primarily on rebuttal expert’s testimony to assign a zero value to the enterprise goodwill of a chiropractic practice.

Helfer v. Helfer (II)

Trial court has the discretion to rely primarily on rebuttal expert’s testimony to assign a zero value to the enterprise goodwill of a chiropractic practice.

Error Not to Address Enterprise Goodwill

Courts that follow majority rule re: distinction of enterprise/professional goodwill in divorce need to make a compete record of valuation findings and rationale.

Helfer v. Helfer (I)

Courts that follow majority rule re: distinction of enterprise/professional goodwill in divorce need to make a compete record of valuation findings and rationale.

Becker v. Perkins-Becker

At issue is the admittance of expert testimony.

Timothy Bun Hammers v. Stephanie Evonne (Gilliam) Hammers

The Mississippi Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s decision in excluding the husband’s valuation expert because the expert was not identified as a witness until the week before trial. In reaching this decision, the court declined to give any cred ...

Late Disclosure of Valuation Expert Resulted in Expert’s Exclusion

The Mississippi Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s decision in excluding the husband’s valuation expert because the expert was not identified as a witness until the week before trial. In reaching this decision, the court declined to give any cred ...

Joseph Teff, D.C., et al. v. Unity Health Plans Insurance Corporation

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court’s award of lost profits in this breach of contract action.

GS Roofing Products Company, Inc., et al. v. Surface Transportation Board

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit affirmed the Surface Transportation Board’s valuation of a rail line using the net liquidation value. The appellate court found that the rail line should be valued at not less than the net liquidation value ...

Going Concern Value Must Be Reliable

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit affirmed the Surface Transportation Board’s valuation of a rail line using the net liquidation value. The appellate court found that the rail line should be valued at not less than the net liquidation value ...

In re the Marriage of Mally

At issue is the valuation of husband's chiropractic practice.

Valuation of chiropractic practice based on personal knowledge, noncompete considerations

The valuation issue in this marital dissolution concerned the value of the husband's chiropractic professional corporation. On de novo review, the court valued the corporation at $240,000.

Court assigns no value to control without ownership

Dr. Thomas F. Clukey is the sole owner of Thomas F. Clukey, D.C., P.C - a chiropractic practice. In late 1994, he, along with his two brothers, established Multicare Physicians & Reha ...

Clukey v. Clukey

At issue is the valuation of husband's chiropractic business.

Cutsinger v. Cutsinger

Issue is whether trial court erred in awarding wife a thirty percent (30%) interest as a seller in the contract of sale of husband's chiropractic practice.

Antolik v. Harvey

One issue in this case was the value of husband's chiropractor business.

Taylor v. Taylor

The issue in this case was the valuation of a chiropractic practice, and the inclusion of goodwill in that value.

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