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Legal Update

May 2023 In the recent case of Munro v. University of Southern California, the issue raised there is when and whether can a Plaintiff proceed to trial on a new damages theory after the discovery deadline has passed. This article discusses FRPC 37, the federal rule of civil procedures that sets forth the standard for admitting or denying the admission of a new theory under the circumstances described above. ...

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Case Law Update

April 2019 In the first quarter of 2019, there were no reported U.S. Tax Court cases involving either business, estate, or FLP valuation issues. Notwithstanding the above, there were several cases that valuation and litigation support professionals will want to consider. In this article, five recent cases are discussed. One of the leading cases circulating amongst the business valuation community is Kress v ...

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