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Appreciation Case Highlights Contribution by Nonowner Spouse

Increase in value of owner’s minority interests in companies was due to owner’s efforts, which were “facilitated” by nonowner’s work in home; appreciation was active and marital property; no error in awarding nonowner half of profits from sale of assets.

Appreciation Case Highlights Contribution by Nonowner Spouse

Increase in value of owner’s minority interests in companies was due to owner’s efforts, which were “facilitated” by nonowner’s work in home; appreciation was active and marital property; no error in awarding nonowner half of profits from sale of assets.

Allison v. Allison

Increase in value of owner’s minority interests in companies was due to owner’s efforts, which were “facilitated” by nonowner’s work in home; appreciation was active and marital property; no error in awarding nonowner half of profits from sale of assets.

Majority Says EBITDA Valuations Buttress Damages Award

In business tort case involving unprofitable entity trying to market a trade secret, court upholds damages award; experts’ EBITDA valuations were based on commonly used method and numerous data sources, and experts linked data to conclusions, court says.

Pike v. Tex. EMC Mgmt., LLC

In business tort case involving unprofitable entity trying to market a trade secret, court upholds damages award; experts’ EBITDA valuations were based on commonly used method and numerous data sources, and experts linked data to conclusions, court says.

Buyer’s Failure to Assign Value to Practice Goodwill Nullifies Noncompete

Appeals court says noncompete/nonsolicitation clauses accompanying sale of solo practitioner’s medical practice to large healthcare provider are unenforceable where buyer allocated zero dollar value to practice’s goodwill; court strikes down injunction.

Healthcare v. Orr

Appeals court says noncompete/nonsolicitation clauses accompanying sale of solo practitioner’s medical practice to large healthcare provider are unenforceable where buyer allocated zero dollar value to practice’s goodwill; court strikes down injunction.

Valuations Bolster IRS’s Transferee Liability Claim

In transferee liability case, Tax Court finds IRS proved petitioner was liable for causing company’s fraudulent asset transfers and benefitted from intermediary company’s fraudulent transfer; valuations showed company was insolvent at time of transfers.

Cullifer v. Commissioner

In transferee liability case, Tax Court finds IRS proved petitioner was liable for causing company’s fraudulent asset transfers and benefitted from intermediary company’s fraudulent transfer; valuations showed company was insolvent at time of transfers.

Contract Unambiguously Excluded Environmental Liabilities From Fair Market Value

The issue on appeal was the meaning of the term "fair market value" in an abandonment provision of an option agreement.

RJE Corp. v. Northville Indus. Corp.

The issue was the meaning of the term "fair market value" in an abandonment provision of an option agreement and whether it excluded potential environmental liabilities.

PricewaterhouseCoopers valuation practice makes seamless transition to new unit of Standard & Poors

The recent acquisition of PricewaterhouseCoopers' (PwC) U.S. Corporate Value Consulting practice by the Standard & Poors division of McGraw-Hill (S&P) was the largest acquisition of a valuatio ...

Galligan v. Galligan

At issue are motions for partial summary judgment.

Indiana Court of Appeals Decides Whether Summary Judgment Was Warranted

This Indiana Court of Appeals examined whether the trial court erred in granting the defendant's motion for summary judgment.

Boyer v. Wilmington Materials, Inc.

At issue is the valuation of the plaintiff's interest in Wilmington Materials, Inc.

Interested Directors Fail to Meet Entire Fairness Standard

This issue in this shareholder dispute is whether the defendants' approval of the sale of substantially all of the assets of Wilmington Materials Inc. (WMI) to Delaware Aggregates Inc. (DAI), in which five of the defendants had an interest, met the entire fairness standard applicable to interested transactions.

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