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In two unanimous decisions handed down this summer, the New Jersey Supreme Court guaranteed that uncertainty would continue to reign over the process of valuing minority interests in closely held corporations. Read on to learn more about the New Jersey Supreme Court's take on marketability discounts in valuation cases.
People purchase insurance policies for two basic purposes. The first purpose is to protect them in the event that they suffer a loss to their person or property. Learn about about first party insurance coverage in Pennsylvania by reading this article.
The Rise of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Energy Sector: What to Expect and How to Be Prepared for Potential Litigation Issues
The trend toward mergers and acquisitions in the energy sector is accompanied by an increased risk of post-transaction litigation. Here is an article to help you learn what to expect and how to be prepared for potential litigation issues.
The issue of disccovery of reinsurance has come up more and more lately. Learn more about the information that remains unresolved in most jurisdictions by reading this article.
Forecasting a potential litigation explosion arising from a company's allegedly hazardous product may be a determining factor as to whether a company survives the litigation storm or suffers a more dismal fate, such as bankruptcy. Learn more about CCA-treated wood litigation and insurance coverage issues by reading this article.