This appraisal case is a good example of the Court's thinking processes in establishing value. The close focus on the particular industry involved, the consideration of economic trends and the reliance on valuation theory are all typical in appraisal cases. Also interesting is the Court's willingness to really dig into the reasons for any expert's opinion. The experts had better fully explain why they reached any particular opinion or bear the risk that the Court will not accept it.
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