Valuing Investments in Companies That Have Gone Dark

New York Law Journal

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PUBLISHED ON: May 16, 2016

Valuation of investor securities is a necessary process for almost all securities litigations commenced by an investor. Whether the investor seeks redress for being squeezed out of a company through insider-led schemes to conceal operations or financial information, or the investor is precluded from engaging in a corporate takeover by an intermediary such as a broker dealer, the investor will need to show what it would have been entitled to "but for" the misconduct of his defendants.