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In Misappropriation Case, Expert’s ‘Head Start’ Damages Calculation Survives Appeal

In breach of fiduciary duty and misappropriation case, appeals court upholds arbitration award of “head start” damages; expert for employer calculated value to the employee from owing equity in competing company whose valuation was higher because of employee’s misconduct toward former employer.

Sabre GLBL, Inc. v. Shan

In breach of fiduciary duty and misappropriation case, appeals court upholds arbitration award of “head start” damages; expert for employer calculated value to the employee from owing equity in competing company whose valuation was higher because of employee’s misconduct toward former employer.

‘Dramatic’ Valuation Adjustment Justifies Equity Committee

In a rare nod to shareholder concerns, Bankruptcy Court approves formation of equity committee based on “dramatic adjustment in valuation” and inconsistent management positions as to financial health of debtors pre-Chapter 11 and post-petition filing.

Debtors’ Balance Sheet Not Reliable Indicator of Assets’ Market Value

Court says debtors “appear to be hopelessly insolvent” and rejects shareholders’ call for equity committee; debtors’ prepetition published financials are not “dependable evidence” of assets’ fair market value, even if investors relied on balance sheets.

Debtors’ Balance Sheet Not Reliable Indicator of Assets’ Market Value

Court says debtors “appear to be hopelessly insolvent” and rejects shareholders’ call for equity committee; debtors’ prepetition published financials are not “dependable evidence” of assets’ fair market value, even if investors relied on balance sheets.

In re Sunedison, Inc.

Court says debtors “appear to be hopelessly insolvent” and rejects shareholders’ call for equity committee; debtors’ prepetition published financials are not “dependable evidence” of assets’ fair market value, even if investors relied on balance sheets.

‘Dramatic’ Valuation Adjustment Justifies Equity Committee

In a rare nod to shareholder concerns, Bankruptcy Court approves formation of equity committee based on “dramatic adjustment in valuation” and inconsistent management positions as to financial health of debtors pre-Chapter 11 and post-petition filing.

In re Horsehead Holding Corp.

In a rare nod to shareholder concerns, Bankruptcy Court approves formation of equity committee based on “dramatic adjustment in valuation” and inconsistent management positions as to financial health of debtors pre-Chapter 11 and post-petition filing.

Tax Court Accepts Negative Industry Risk Premium and Unique Combined Discount Matrix

The decedent, Helen Deputy, formed a family limited partnership comprised of 99% of a limited partnership interest retained by Deputy and two 0.5% general partnership interests, one held by Deputy and one held by her son.

Estate of Deputy v. Commissioner

Issue was the fair market value of a 19.99% interest of stock owned by an FLP, and court discussed negative industry risk premium and unique matrix for determining marketability discount.

The Dynamics of Restaurant Business Valuation

Volk, Christopher H. and Jeremy L. Sacks. "The Dynamics of Restaurant Business Valuation." Business Valuation Review, March 1997. pp. 14-21. The authors identify four determinants of value for r ...

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