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Expert report proves best defense against Daubert offense

In litigation, attacks on expert opinions are par for the course, but a sound expert report can ward off a Daubert challenge and clear the way to admission at trial, as a recent fraud case illustrates.

In re Greater Southeast Community Hospital Corp. (III)

In fraudulent conveyance action, court admits errors in its own discounted cash flow valuation of hospital, but denies motion to reconsider, finding the trustee has the burden to present competent expert evidence regarding reasonably equivalent value.

Valuation 'Experts' Excluded as Unreliable Based on Numerous Errors in Methodology and Inability to Explain Conclusions

In this bankruptcy adversary proceeding, the trustees as plaintiffs sought to prove that the defendants—Bairnco Corp., Keene Corp., and the individual managers of the companies—had engaged in a series of fraudulent conveyances among subsidiaries to protect assets from the reach of asbestos claimants.

Lippe v. Bairnco Corp. (I)

In this bankruptcy adversary proceeding, the trustees as plaintiffs sought to prove that the defendants—Bairnco Corp., Keene Corp., and the individual managers of the companies—had engaged in a series of fraudulent conveyances among subsidiaries to protect assets from the reach of asbestos claimants.

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