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Jarden Dissenting Shareholder Appraisal Case - Heated Arguments on Both Sides

Unless you grew up as a member of the fictional TV family The Brady Bunch, you have been in a heated argument. If you operate a business with multiple

ESOP Valuation Court Case Questions Fiduciary's Diligence in Buy-Out of CEO's Shares

The Employment Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”) permits an employer to create Employee Stock Ownership Plans (“ESOP”),

A Valuation Analyst’s Work is More Than Just “BS” (Balance Sheet)

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“GAAP”) were developed with the purpose of benefiting the various stakeholders of a business (e.g.,

Kress Case Addresses S Corporation vs. C Corporation Issues

The United States District Court’s March 2019 court decision in Kress v. United States1 created a lot of buzz in the valuation community. The case
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What is Liam Neeson’s Name Worth?

Intellectual property (“IP”) owners will sometimes license the use of their assets to others in exchange for a fee. For example, Liam Neeson

Amazon Money Laundering Scam

An apparent fraud scheme has been uncovered that involves scammers’ use of CreateSpace, Amazon’s self-publishing service, to sell fake books

Congress Reaches Out to President to Help ESOPs

More than 20 members of Congress signed a letter addressed to President Trump earlier this month requesting assistance in protecting employee-owned companies

Calculation of Value Accepted in Divorce Case

In a recent Alabama divorce case (Rohling v. Rohling, 2018 Ala. Civ. App. LEXIS 94), the appeals court affirmed the trial court’s acceptance of a
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Pass-Through Entity vs. C Corporation

There has been much recent debate about whether the difference between the amount of taxes paid by a C corporation, as compared to those paid by a pass-through

Apple Tops $1 Trillion Market Capitalization Threshold

Earlier this month, Apple became the first publicly traded U.S. company to surpass $1 trillion in market capitalization. It tops a list that, as of August
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