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Letter to the Editor: Improving Our Work Product (and Professional Image) … One Review at a Time

A letter to the editor from Clint Cronkite (Cronkite & Kissell LLC). Business valuation professionals are expected to provide unbiased professional analyses, opinions, and conclusions but also be supportive of our client’s goals—a schism that has led to skepticism about the neutrality and quality of our work product.

Shareholder Approval ‘Cleanses’ Potential Undervaluation

Per business judgment rule, court dismisses shareholder complaint that board members breached fiduciary duties by rushing to sell entire company where financial advisor had stated separate sales of company’s various business units would maximize value.

Shareholder Approval ‘Cleanses’ Potential Undervaluation

Per business judgment rule, court dismisses shareholder complaint that board members breached fiduciary duties by rushing to sell entire company where financial advisor had stated separate sales of company’s various business units would maximize value.

In re OM Group, Inc. Stockholders Litig.

Per business judgment rule, court dismisses shareholder complaint that board members breached fiduciary duties by rushing to sell entire company where financial advisor had stated separate sales of company’s various business units would maximize value.

High Court Dissent Rebukes Chancery’s Analysis in Option Valuation Case

In medical company valuation case, high court affirms award to option holders based on deference owed to trial court’s findings of historical fact; dissent says Chancery’s dismissal ...

Cdx Holdings, Inc. v. Fox (Fox II)

In medical company valuation case, high court affirms award to option holders based on deference owed to trial court’s findings of historical fact; dissent says Chancery’s dismissal of board members’ valuation testimony evinces Chancery’s hindsight bias.

High Court Dissent Rebukes Chancery’s Analysis in Option Valuation Case

In medical company valuation case, high court affirms award to option holders based on deference owed to trial court’s findings of historical fact; dissent says Chancery’s dismissal ...

Corwin v. KKR Fin. Holdings LLC

Regarding breach of fiduciary duty claims, Delaware Supreme Court says business judgment rule (lower standard of review) applies where disinterested stockholder majority approves merger with third party and vote was uncoerced and fully informed.

General Electric Co. v. Joiner

Supreme Court holds that appeals court must review trial court’s exclusion of expert testimony pursuant to Daubert under abuse of discretion standard and district court in case did not err in finding testimony irrelevant and unreliable.

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