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If you would like your package insured, please inquire about pricing. All international customers are given shipping options at checkout. Both of these options do in stock trades damaged have tracking or insurance. Items sent by these options cannot be replaced by us, as the customer is choosing an option with no tracking or insurance. The other international shipping option is USPS Priority Mail International and does provide tracking and insurance and generally takes business days to arrive.

All item bar codes in stock trades damaged scanned for fulfillment accuracy and placed in plastic magazine size bags and taped securely. Shipments containing less than 10 single issue comics are generally packaged in a stiff cardboard fold-over pad and placed in a USPS legal flat rate envelope. Shipments with more than 10 single issue comics are packaged in double walled custom boxes containing a special foam which conforms to the contentsbubble wrap, or packing peanuts. Because DCBS is mainly a pre-order website, orders placed on the website generally ship within 2 months.

Orders placed in April are generally scheduled to ship at the end of June. New customers who place a pre-order are automatically assigned to the 4th week of the month. Customers who order Previews are also automatically assigned to the in stock trades damaged week, with the only exception being 5 week months, in which Previews customers will be sent in the 5th week.

All 4th week customers will still be sent in the 4th week on 5 in stock trades damaged months. Customers who do not order Previews may request to have their shipments sent in the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd weeks and may make requests for that change by e-mail. Shipments are packaged starting on Tuesday of each week and are in stock trades damaged and packaged for pickup throughout the week until all closed invoices have been labeled. Packages cannot leave our facility each week before Wednesday per our agreement with our distributor.

Generally, customers in week 1, 2, and 3, ship by Friday at 6 p. Customers in week 4 generally ship by the Monday following the 4th Wednesday of the month. Weekly shipments are guaranteed to ship out the Wednesday of each week. Twice a month shipments are guaranteed to ship out the In stock trades damaged of the 2nd and 4th week. In 5 week months, twice a month customers, who order the print version of Previews, will ship on the 2nd and 5th Wednesday of those months.

Packages are picked up by FedEx by 6 p. When an invoice shows as closed in the system that is not necessarily the date it is shipped. Invoices are closed in large batches and processed in chronological order of receipt. When packages are labeled, the system chooses the least expensive option.

The only exception to this policy is if your order contains pre-order items and previously released items and there are no pre-order items filled at the time of the scheduled shipment. If the customer has placed subsequent orders, the pre-order items will be sent in future orders and a shipment will be made.

If it is the in stock trades damaged order placed, the order will be held until the order is complete. All items in an open invoice must be paid, before the invoice will be closed for processing and shipment. All customers are sent an email with their tracking information by FedEx or Stamps.

In stock trades damaged you do in stock trades damaged receive your email, please check your SPAM folder. The tracking information is also available in your account. The tracking number can be found to the left under your shipments link. If there is a problem with the delivery, we must be notified by email within 72 hours, so that we may file a claim or trace with the shipping company. Notifications sent after this time may not be able to be replaced, depending on the restrictions of the shipping company and their ability to trace or locate the package.

When international orders being sent by ISAL or IPA are closed, they are prepared for packaging, but may take up to 3 business days to ship from us as they are labeled manually.

Then they are picked up from a service that does separate processing and then ships them to a hub for expedition. If there are any concerns or shipping problems, please e-mail us and we will be happy to resolve the issue. Weekly shipments are sent out on Wednesday each week. The first shipment for twice a month shipments are packaged and sent out on the second Wednesday of the month and the second shipment is sent on Wednesday with regular month end shipments.

The only exception to this for twice a month shipments is a 5 week month. Twice a month customers who do not order the print version of Previews will be sent out the 4th week of a 5 week month.

Twice a month customers who order the print version of Previews will be sent out on the 5th week of a 5 week month. In weeks following a holiday, where we receive books a day late, shipments are sent out on Thursday. Weekly and twice a month shipments are only available to US customers. Each week, invoices are closed in batches. Each shipment goes through several checkpoints and they are the picking queue, scanning station, bagging and boarding station if applicabletaping station, packaging station, and finally in stock trades damaged labeling.

Once the package is labeled, it is placed on pallets for pickup. Pickups are not made on Saturday or Sunday. If you receive your tracking information after those times, your package will be picked up the following day.

Requests for holds on shipments need to be sent by email to customer service 7 business days before any scheduled shipment. Shipments scheduled for 4th week can start processing as early as the In stock trades damaged before the last Wednesday of the month.

Holds simply prevent the shipment from being sent out in the regularly scheduled week, they in stock trades damaged not schedule a new shipment once the hold is lifted.

Please email customer service when you are ready for your held package to be sent out. Please allow business days to send held shipments out once the return email has been received. In order to maintain our discounts and the flat rate shipping cost, each order is assessed a shipping cost and different months in stock trades damaged be combined.

Orders containing only collectibles are held until all items from that order have arrived, because collectibles have varied release dates. Orders containing only collected editions also have varied ship dates, so if no subsequent orders have been placed on the account, we reserve the right to hold the order until all items have arrived.

Customers who place regular monthly book orders, but place separate collectible orders, because they wish to have those items charged at the time of release, are also subject to a separate shipping charge. The flat rate is only applicable to orders shipping to a physical address within the 48 states.

International customers pay actual shipping cost. Customers who request to be sent by a in stock trades damaged carrier will also be subject to actual shipping costs. We do not require a signature for deliver of packages by either shipper. Please e-mail us, and we will be happy to add the option to your account. Otherwise, packages may be left at the front door of your residence, if you are not available to accept delivery.

We send an email with your tracking in stock trades damaged every time a label is created, so that you may know when your package will be delivered and you can make arrangements to have someone available to accept your package. If a customer places regular monthly orders, orders are sent at the end of each month, or the chosen shipping week, for which a pre-order has been placed and a shipping cost corresponds to that order. All items that have arrived since the last closed shipment are sent, regardless of what order they were placed in.

If a month is skipped, a shipment is skipped, respectively. Any late items from previous months in stock trades damaged held until the next scheduled shipment. Shipping upgrades are applicable for the order the upgrade is placed in. For example, a June order with weekly shipping will ship each week in August. If this is the only month weekly shipping is chosen, then the following scheduled shipment would be at the end of the following in stock trades damaged. You will receive a shipment each week unless no items have arrived for you in a given week.

Credits will not be issued for weeks there are no items to ship. When regular monthly orders are no longer placed, all late releasing items are held for one final shipment at no extra cost to the customer. When a customer places multiple orders in one month, each order will be assessed a separate shipping charge. Additional shipping charges will not be refunded if multiple orders are placed within one month.

The customer may request that the returned package be added to the next available shipment, but a small surcharge will be accessed to cover the additional weight. If the package is returned to us, the shipping to resend will in stock trades damaged at the actual shipping cost.

In stock trades damaged email tracking numbers to the email address on file to notify customers that a package will be on its way soon and to prepare for the delivery. If you are unable to have someone available to accept your delivery, the package will be left at the front of in stock trades damaged residence, as all packages do not require a signature at delivery.

Any reports after that date cannot be traced, therefore, cannot be replaced. Unfortunately, we cannot combine orders. In order for us to offer the discounts, specials, and flat rate shipping that we do, each order must include a shipping cost.

Shipping cost is based on the month order code. New customers who wish to place orders from previous months may do so, but each month will be assessed the flat rate shipping fee. If a customer combines orders, the orders will be assessed the appropriate shipping charges.

Collectible orders that are placed in separate months or orders, but arrive within the same week, may ship in one box, but will be assessed the shipping cost for each order.

Due to their size, collectible items cost more to ship, because they generally have to be sent by FedEx, which charges based on dimensional in stock trades damaged. We price our variants based on an estimated amount of orders we will receive and our eligibility for those items. There are occasions, where the demand exceeds our eligibility, and we have to make adjustments.

We make adjustments by allowing all customers to purchase at least one copy. There are occasions where the demand is still so great that we are unable to fill all customer orders.

When this occurs, customers will be notified by email about the adjustment. Each week, we receive cancellations from Diamond on our invoice and they are keyed into the system in stock trades damaged a reason code and an email is sent.

The system automatically applies the credit to an order with an outstanding balance. If there are no orders with an outstanding balance, the system creates a credit order to be applied to a in stock trades damaged order or credit card, at the customers request.

If in stock trades damaged notice an error in the spreadsheet or in stock trades damaged that a price may be wrong, please contact us at customer.

Commercial damages occur in breach-of-contract and business-tort cases that result in claims of lost profits or diminished business goodwill or business value. Intellectual-property-infringement cases and antitrust cases also can involve such loss claims. The measurement of damages in these types of cases follows a basic methodology, with some variations in intellectual-property matters. Measurement of damages in securities-fraud cases uses a different approach.

In any of these cases, if defendant's actions caused a loss to plaintiff, the history of the plaintiff's business, or the price of the stock, after the onset of damages is different than it would have been without these actions.

Of course, causation itself is an issue for trial, but any damage analysis must assume causation will be established, whether or not it eventually is. The principle of compensation for damages is to restore the plaintiff to the economic position it in stock trades damaged have experienced but for the incident that caused the damages.

If restoration is to the economic position the plaintiff reasonably could have expected, measurement of damages requires construction of an economic in stock trades damaged that is a reasonable representation of the economic history of the business or the stock price had the defendant's damaging actions not occurred.

Often lost profits results from a decline of sales, after the incident, relative to the trajectory that sales would have followed but for the incident. The plaintiff must exert reasonable efforts to offset the loss and mitigate the damages. Such in stock trades damaged may result in an increasing trend of actual "with-incident" sales reversing the declining trend. At some subsequent point of time, actual sales may increase sufficiently that profits after that in stock trades damaged equal or exceed the profits that would have occurred then and thereafter but for the incident.

If so, full mitigation of damages would have been achieved. An absolute drop of sales may not be necessary to cause lost- profit damages. The in stock trades damaged may have caused the growth trend of sales to decelerate. Another possible source of lost profits is increased costs with no sales decline. This can occur, for example, if a machine's efficiency is misrepresented or if it is defective.

Profits earned after the date of incident are offset against the profits that would have been earned, according to the economic model, but for the incident only if they are earned by resources liberated by the incident. Such profits that may be earned after the date of incident which are derived from other resources are not offset, because their generation is independent of the incident. It is possible that the incident damaged the business so severely that full mitigation in stock trades damaged any time cannot be reasonably assumed.

In that case the business experiences a permanent diminution of value. If the company goes out of business because of the incident the loss is the full value of the business but for the incident.

It may not be possible to determine if full mitigation could be achieved at some future time after the valuation date. In that case another economic model "with incident" can be used to project a sales trajectory that intersects the but-for-incident trajectory within some reasonably minimum time.

The in stock trades damaged so calculated can provided a minimum figure for comparison with damages calculated assuming that full mitigation is unachievable. Estimation of the but-for-incident sales trajectory after the date of incident requires some economic data that were not affected by the incident but can reasonably be assumed to represent the trajectory that sales would have followed but for the in stock trades damaged.

Various data sources may be suitable in stock trades damaged this purpose, providing flexibility depending on availability of data. Some efficiency in the calculation of lost profits is enabled by division of in stock trades damaged into fixed and variable categories. Fixed costs are insensitive to sales volume, and variable costs are proportional to sales.

The quantity that is recoverable for damages is lost net profits. Net profits are sales less cost of goods sold and all expenses. In the calculation of lost net profits, however, fixed costs and expenses are the same but for and with the incident. Therefore lost net profits is equal to what we may call lost "variable" profits, which equals lost sales plus with-incident variable costs less but-for-incident variable costs.

With-incident variable costs include extraordinary "out-of-pocket" costs incurred by the plaintiff because of the incident. This analysis enables fixed costs to be ignored in the calculation of lost profits with the same validity as if fixed costs were explicitly considered. Past lost profits before the valuation date can just be accumulated to a total, in stock trades damaged future lost profits must be discounted to present value as of the valuation date.

The reason for discounting is that the plaintiff has the opportunity to invest the portion of the damage award corresponding to future losses and to earn a return on investment that would offset the damages.

This benefits the defendant, but, if it were not considered, would enable to plaintiff to obtain a double recovery - both compensation for the future loss and the investment return. Since there is risk inherent in the generation of future profits, the discount rate should be consistent with investments of equivalent risk. The analysis considers whether plaintiff would in stock trades damaged charged the same price as defendant on defendant's sales and how the defendant's sales may have caused erosion of plaintiff's price on sales it retained due to additional competition from defendant.

Plaintiff may have also lost "convoyed" sales of unprotected products usually sold because of customers' demand for the patented product. In general there are no future lost profits in a patent case because plaintiff will be awarded an injunction against additional infringement. If the patent is close to expiration, however, defendant's entry before expiration may reduce plaintiff's post-expiration sales and cause future damages.

Panduit defines a reasonable royalty as an amount that would enable the licensee in stock trades damaged earn a reasonable profit when viewed from the perspective of the beginning of the infringement. Panduit also refers to Georgia-Pacific Corp. Georgia-Pacific states fifteen criteria to consider in estimating a reasonable royalty rate. Georgia-Pacific 's broadest criterion concerns conducting a hypothetical negotiation as if the parties would have been willing to negotiate a licensing agreement when in stock trades damaged infringement first occurred.

Apart from the hypothetical negotiation, actual royalties received on the patent in suit, if any, or paid by the infringer on similar products are to be considered. Other criteria concern the specific terms of the license, the patentee's licensing policy and the competitive or complementary business relationship of the parties. The effect of the patented item on convoyed sales is another criterion. During each day of the damage period, the estimated true value may be calculated from the estimated true "return" on the stock from the previous day, starting with the last trading day before the damage period.

The return is the daily percentage change in the in stock trades damaged value of the stock. The daily true returns during the damage period in stock trades damaged estimated from a statistical financial model that relates returns on the stock prior to the in stock trades damaged period to returns on a market index i.

Conducting the in stock trades damaged based on data prior to the damage period excludes the effect of the fraud on the stock price and therefore in stock trades damaged assumed to provide a model that can be extrapolated into the damage period to estimate the behavior of the stock price if the fraud had not occurred.

The estimated parameters of the statistical model are applied to the actual daily returns on the market and industry indexes during the damage period to estimate the true daily returns on the stock absent the fraud. The amount of damage each day in the damage period is the discrepancy between the true value and actual price, as estimated using the above methodology, multiplied by the number of shares disadvantageously traded on that day. It is likely, however, to be difficult or impossible to determine the trading behavior of each investor in the stock during the damage period.

Therefore the number of shares disadvantageously traded is estimated from in stock trades damaged data on aggregate trading volume. Such a model postulates a different cohort of buyers in each day of the damage period. On a given trading day during the damage period, the model calculates the ratio of shares traded to the total number of shares outstanding that is available for trading, the "float.

This is called an "equal probability" trading model. By stepping the model through each day of the damage period, it is possible to generate the number of shares purchased and sold by each cohort each day. For example, if the fraud has inflated the stock's price above its true value, there are damages to purchased shares only if the inflation on the purchase date exceeds that on the sale date or if the shares are held until disclosure of the fraud.

For shares not held until disclosure, the damages of each in stock trades damaged on each day is the inflation on the purchase date less the inflation on the sale date multiplied by the number of shares sold. For shares held until disclosure, in stock trades damaged damages of each cohort is the inflation on the purchase date multiplied by the number of shares retained since disclosure is assumed to in stock trades damaged inflation to zero.

Several refinements can improve the accuracy of the trading model. It in stock trades damaged be possible to determine that a percentage of outstanding shares have a very low probability of trading because they are held by long-term investors. The trading float can be adjusted downward for this percentage.

The company may issue or buy shares back during the damage period, in stock trades damaged affecting the number of outstanding shares. Such changes should be integrated into the trading model. Short sales distort the trading picture because they are borrowed from the cohorts and then sold, giving the appearance that trading among the cohorts is higher than actually by the amount of the short sales.

Finally, trading by specialists causes double-counting of those trades, since they are buying and selling from the cohorts. Trading volume should be adjusted down for the percentage accounted for by specialists. Antitrust Economic analysis is used in antitrust cases to demonstrate the fact of damages as well as the amount of damages. Measurement of the amount of damages generally follows the lost-profits methodology above.

Antitrust law is intended for the protection of consumers from abuses of the free-market system that result in loss of economic efficiency. The Sherman Act prohibits in Section 1 restraint of trade and in Section 2 monopoly in, or attempt to monopolize, a market.

Monopolization is the ability to control price or exclude competition. This is "market power. The monopolist prices where marginal revenue equals marginal cost. In a competitive market in stock trades damaged by the same demand curve an in stock trades damaged price would be established where in stock trades damaged price on the demand curve equals the marginal cost of the least efficient competitor.

The monopoly price is higher than the competitive price and the quantity sold is less in the monopoly market than in the competitive market. The higher price and lower quantity in the monopoly market represent an economic injury to the consumers in the market. Proof of in stock trades damaged fact of damages requires identification of the relevant product and geographic markets and consideration of several of their economic attributes.

Restraint of trade can be manifested in collusion among competitors to fix prices, divide a market into exclusive sub-markets or establish a boycott. Price discrimination involves the seller having access to at least two separate markets in stock trades damaged market power in one of them. The seller charges a higher price in the low-demand-elasticity market. Hopefully this brief overview of damages economics will provide a handy reference guide for where to initiate economic analysis in the case types discussed.

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