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Saltzer v. Rolka

In buyout dispute, appellate court upholds trial court’s valuation of company, which applies company-specific risk discount related to uncertain extension of company’s key contract but does not deduct value of personal goodwill attributable to remaining members.

Appellate Court Upholds Use of Risk Discount in Fair Value Determination

In buyout dispute, appellate court upholds trial court’s valuation of company, which applies company-specific risk discount related to uncertain extension of company’s key contract but does not deduct value of personal goodwill attributable to remaining members.

High Company-Specific Risk Adjustment Distorts Valuation

In a buyout case, the court finds that, in reselling company, defendants undervalued rollover equity interest by double counting risks specific to the company in order to avoid triggering windfall provision in prior sales agreement favorable to plaintiff.

Charron v. Sallyport Global Holdings, Inc.

In a buyout case, the court finds that, in reselling company, defendants undervalued rollover equity interest by double counting risks specific to the company in order to avoid triggering windfall provision in prior sales agreement favorable to plaintiff.

Expert’s Disregard of ASB Guidelines Imperils Valuation

Appellate court affirms earlier finding that plaintiff expert’s valuation of plaintiff’s partnership interest did not comport with goodwill requirement of a controlling agreement; the expert failed to use a standard, reliable method that showed there was ...

Vega v. Fulcrum Energy, LLC

Appellate court affirms earlier finding that plaintiff expert’s valuation of plaintiff’s partnership interest did not comport with goodwill requirement of a controlling agreement; the expert failed to use a standard, reliable method that showed there was ...

Litigation Experts Spar Over Proceeds From Transfer of Practices

Four litigation experts/economists dispute damages calculations resulting from breach of contract to share in proceeds of transferring their practices.

Kearl v. Rausser

Four litigation experts/economists dispute damages calculations resulting from breach of contract to share in proceeds of transferring their practices.

Corporation not bound by buyout fair value; may elect to dissolve

The issue in this corporate dissolution action is whether the shareholder who elects to purchase the shares of the shareholder ...

Fierro v. Templeton

Issue in this corporate dissolution was the fair value of Templeton's 50% interest pursuant to Fierro's election to purchase in lieu of dissolution.

Michael Cormie, et al. v. Enterasys Networks, Inc.

The Delaware Court of Chancery determined damages for breach of a sale agreement pursuant to a merger.

Court Finds Postnuptual Agreement Valid

The issue in this marital dissolution case is the validity of the postnuptial agreement by which parties agreed to keep their incomes and debts separate.

In re the Marriage of Friedman

Postnuptial agreement found valid and enforceable despite increase in value of husband's separate business.

Robert R. Vanderbeek, et al. v. Vernon Corporation

The Colorado Supreme Court affirmed the appellate court’s finding that Vanderbeek wrongfully attached Vernon Corporation’s funds. The Court found that the wrongful attachment caused Vernon to buy less and pay more for shares of stock in a company it desi ...

Damages for Wrongful Attachment Calculated on Cost Basis

The Colorado Supreme Court affirmed the appellate court’s finding that Vanderbeek wrongfully attached Vernon Corp.’s funds.

In re the Marriage of Petty v. Reese

At issue are the terms of an antenuptial agreement.

Wife Challenges Court's Conclusion That Antenuptial Agreement With Husband Was Valid

In this case the trial court determined that the agreement was valid because there was full disclosure of the earnings and property of each party.

Scott Campbell Peak v. Debra Jean Peak

The Michigan Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court's decision not to consider the tax consequences of a merger of the marital business that occurred after the judgment of divorce. The appellate court noted that the husband's disposition of the stock ...

Tax Consequences of Post-Divorce Merger Ignored

The Michigan Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court's decision not to consider the tax consequences of a merger of the marital business that occurred after the judgment of divorce. The appellate court noted that the husband's disposition of the stock ...

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