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Tilstra v. Boumatic LLC

Defendant’s “blunderbuss of objections” to opposing expert’s valuation of loss of goodwill misses mark, 7th Circuit says; expert used a standard business valuation method and his reliance on company financials was justified under rules of evidence.

FRE 702 Ruling Puts Expert in ‘Uncommon Position’

Court affirms magistrate judge’s decision to exclude expert’s ultimate conclusions but to admit his factual statements; under Rule 702, he had the specialized knowledge to provide background information helpful to court’s understanding of the evidence.

Court Endorses Before and After Method for Lost Profits

In Daubert case, court accepts before and after method for lost profits and diminution of value calculation but excludes parts of expert testimony because they merely restated company assumptions and conclusions without undergoing testing from the expert.

Reedy-Huffman v. Huffman

State high court affirms trial court’s determination that husband’s naturopathic practice had zero goodwill value based solely on husband’s testimony that a similar practice in the area failed to attract a buyer despite being on the market for a year.

Am. Aerial Servs. v. Terex United States

Court strikes parts of lost profits opinion, finding expert adopted plaintiff’s causation theory, “pinning the company’s overall financial performance” on defendants’ allegedly defective crane without offering supporting data or methodology to test theory ...

Delaware Chancery Orders Disclosure of Nonexpert Internal Valuations

In discovery dispute over prelitigation valuation-related information, Chancery orders dissenting shareholders to disclose internal assessments of stock value finding information likely is admissible reflecting “real-world” opinion of “astute” investors.

Advanced Drainage Sys. v. Quality Culvert, Inc.

In Daubert case, court accepts before and after method for lost profits and diminution of value calculation but excludes parts of expert testimony because they merely restated company assumptions and conclusions without undergoing testing from the expert.

Ross v. Rothstein

Court affirms magistrate judge’s decision to exclude expert’s ultimate conclusions but to admit his factual statements; under Rule 702, he had the specialized knowledge to provide background information helpful to court’s understanding of the evidence.

What Rationale for Net Book Value in Damages Analysis?

Appeals court finds trial court did not err when it incorporated net book value calculation in its lost profits analysis in a case claiming breach of fiduciary duty and usurpation of business opportunity; dissent says damages calculation is “illogical.”

In re Dole Food Co. (Dole I)

In discovery dispute over prelitigation valuation-related information, Chancery orders dissenting shareholders to disclose internal assessments of stock value finding information likely is admissible reflecting “real-world” opinion of “astute” investors.

Lane v. Lampkin (I)

Appeals court finds trial court did not err when it incorporated net book value calculation in its lost profits analysis in a case claiming breach of fiduciary duty and usurpation of business opportunity; dissent says damages calculation is “illogical.”

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