1A) Corporate/M&A Contract

Includes breach of agreement to negotiate, breach of agreement to agree, and breach of contract

1B) Commercial Contract

Includes breach of agreement to negotiate, breach of agreement to agree, and breach of contract

2) Goodwill, Reputation and Brand Image

Damages to goodwill, reputation and brand image

3) New Business

Damages to newly created businesses, with little or no history of profits

4) Intellectual Property

Disputes concerning patents, trademarks, copyright, brands, design, etc

5) Securities

Disputes concerning shares, bonds and options

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The duration of the pre-contractual relationship or the contractual relationship between the claimant and defendant until the breach occurred

Date of the breach

The duration of the pre-contractual relationship or the contractual relationship until the breach occurred in months

The volatility or level of risk of the industry where the claimant is operating. A composite index combining the volatility of prices, the size of the industry, the relative size of the claimant’s corporation, and the substitutes in the market

The importance of the reputation criteria in the claimant’s business industry. A composite index combining the industry sector, the brand power, the advertising spent, etc

Law firm hired by claimant

EGD (Expectancy General Damages)

Covers the plaintiff’s direct expectation interest and aims at placing the victim in the situation he or she would have been in had the obligation been executed. These damages most often cover lost profits

ECD (Expectancy Consequential Damages)

Covers the plaintiff’s indirect expectation interest. These damages are caused by non-performance of the first obligation but are external to it. They amount to future profits, losses of opportunities, damages to reputation and moral distress

RD (Reliance Damages)

Provides compensation to the victim for any reasonable investment he or she has made based on reliance on the performance of the obligation. They aim at placing the victim of the breach in the situation he or she would have been in had the contract not been concluded

PD (Punitive Damages)

Damages awarded by the court to the non-breaching party. They serve both as a sanction and a deterrent

OD (Attorneys Fees / Judicial Costs)

They do not receive any official definition. They are a category we created for the purpose of our own analysis. They mostly cover the reimbursement of fees such as attorney and judicial costs

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