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Insurance Coverage & Recovery

Avoiding Damage Done by Damages Experts: Failure to consider the mitigation issue is a grave mistake

Economic damages experts are often confronted with legal theories, which must be carefully applied to their casework within the context of the economic analysis. One example is the Mitigation of Damages Doctrine. The Mitigation of Damages Doctrine is actually quite straightforward. It simply says...

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Banking | Private Equity

Developing Appropriate Valuation Provisions: Defuse ticking time bombs in shareholder agreements before they explode

Shareholder agreements document the intentions of the parties in connection with, among other things, the price to be paid for an ownership interest in the event of a shareholder’s death, disability, retirement or other triggering event. There are four commonly used methods to value a company...

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Law Enforcement

U.S. Taxpayers Are Paying More Than They Realize: A staggering array of federal, state and local taxes rarely enter the public debate

Here’s a note to everyone concerned with the tax issues that are playing a prominent role in the presidential election: U.S. taxpayers are paying more – and completely different – taxes than they realize. Most tax policy discussions dwell on three types of taxes: income tax,...

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