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Appraisal Litigation in a Going Private Transaction

Minority shareholders of the target company sought a judicial appraisal in Delaware’s Chancery Court.


Post-Acquisition Dispute

The arbitrator awarded substantial damages to our client, a private equity firm.


In re Appraisal of Stillwater Mining Company

The Delaware Court of Chancery found the deal price was the fair value in this mining company acquisition.


Bankruptcy Valuation of a Start-Up Company

Defense counsel for a start-up firm retained Cornerstone Research and David Smith of the University of Virginia to analyze the potential implications of forced changes to the firm’s capital structure.


Cost Accounting and Damages Analysis in a Trade Secrets Matter

A Cornerstone Research expert analyzed the opposing expert’s estimates of lost profits and avoided costs allegedly due to the theft of trade secrets.


Lumileds LLC v. Elec-Tech International Co. Ltd. et al.

The plaintiff was awarded $66 million in a matter involving the misappropriation of trade secrets by a former employee and a Chinese company.


Architectural Copyright

The court granted summary judgment in favor of the defendants on all claims.


In re Xerox Corp. Consolidated Shareholder Litigation

After the judge ruled in favor of a temporary injunction in the $6 billion merger injunction case, Xerox announced it would not pursue the deal and settled with shareholders.


Variable Rate Demand Obligations

A FINRA arbitration panel denied all claims in their entirety.


Publicly Traded Company Valuation Following Acquisition

Defense counsel retained Cornerstone Research to evaluate the fairness of an acquisition price and whether the analyses and inputs used to support the sale price were reasonable.


Sprint Corp.’s $3.6 Billion Buyout of Clearwire Corp.

The Delaware Supreme Court affirmed the Chancery Court’s decision in favor of defendant Sprint in its $3.6 billion buyout of Clearwire.


Aéropostale Inc. et al.

The court denied Aéropostale’s motion for equitable subordination, and Sycamore and its affiliate were the prevailing parties in the litigation.

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