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Vedros v. Vedros

Court says discounting for lack of marketability of minority interest in home healthcare agency, operating as an S corporation, is appropriate where LLC agreement included transfer restrictions and partners were not planning to buy out owner spouse.

Facts Support Discounts in Valuation of Small Healthcare Agency

Court says discounting for lack of marketability of minority interest in home healthcare agency, operating as an S corporation, is appropriate where LLC agreement included transfer restrictions and partners were not planning to buy out owner spouse.

Expert Valuations of Small Healthcare Company Differ by More Than $3 Million

Husband presents two experts to value wife’s three health care businesses, a forensic accountant to normalize the records and a business valuation expert to assess value under all three approaches.

Graves v. Tomlinson

Husband presents two experts to value wife’s three health care businesses, a forensic accountant to normalize the records and a business valuation expert to assess value under all three approaches.

Divorce Experts Agree on Nothing but the Definition of Fair Market Value

Frustrated by lack of consensus among expert valuations of marital business, Ohio Court of Appeals adopts the only valuation (cost approach) where the experts had limited agreement.

Brickner v. Brickner

Frustrated by lack of consensus among expert valuations of marital business, Ohio Court of Appeals adopts the only valuation (cost approach) where the experts had limited agreement.

Home Healthcare Valuation Turns on Expert’s ‘Thorough’ Analysis

Defrauding home healthcare agency results in award of over $2.5 million to owners, based on “thorough” valuation evidence.

Rogers v. Alexander

Defrauding home healthcare agency results in award of over $2.5 million to owners, based on “thorough” valuation evidence.

‘BV on Trial’ in Bankruptcy: Exclusive Insights From the In Re Med Diversified Expert

In 1889, to ease overcrowding at the New York City Asylum for the Insane on Ward’s Island, 40 men were sent to Central Islip, Long Island, where they built what was then called The Branch Lunatic, a facility for the criminally insane.

BV on Trial in Bankruptcy? New York Court Excludes Appraisal as ‘Junk Science’

Bankruptcy court excludes expert business valuation report for “pervasive bias,” but also reveals possible bias against BV profession as a whole.

In re Med Diversified, Inc. (II)

Bankruptcy court excludes expert business valuation report for “pervasive bias,” but also reveals possible bias against BV profession as a whole.

Report Is Inadmissible Where Purported Valuator Is Not Certified, Uses Incorrect Methodology, and Does No Independent Analysis

In a case of first impression in a bankruptcy adversary proceeding, the narrow issue was whether Scott P. Peltz, the proposed business valuation expert witness for Addus Healthcare Inc. (Addus), was qualified and whether his purported expertise satisfied the standards of relevance and reliability under Daubert.

Franklin Capital Associates, L.P. v. Almost Family, Inc.

The Tennessee Court of Appeals reversed and modified a trial court’s calculation of damages for the delay in registering stock in a publicly traded company under the conversion measure of damages.

Damages for Delay in Registering Public Stock Include 25% Blockage Discount

The Tennessee Court of Appeals reversed and modified a trial court’s calculation of damages for the delay in registering stock in a publicly traded company under the conversion measure of damages.

In re Med Diversified, Inc. (I)

In a case of first impression in a bankruptcy adversary proceeding, the narrow issue was whether Scott P. Peltz, the proposed business valuation expert witness for Addus Healthcare Inc. (Addus), was qualified.

Too Many Adjustments Compromise Deloitte’s Valuation

The relevant valuation issue in this bankruptcy matter, in which the court confirmed the trustee’s modified plan, was the value of Coram Healthcare Corp. and Coram Inc. (the “Debtors”).

In re Coram Healthcare Corp.

The relevant valuation issue in this bankruptcy matter, in which the court confirmed the trustee’s modified plan, was the value of Coram Healthcare Corp. and Coram Inc. (the “Debtors”).

Prospective Profits of New Business Must Not Be Speculative

The Washington Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s decision to deny an award of lost profits in this breach of contract case.

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