A good time to take a course in intangibles

BVWireIssue #61-4
October 24, 2007

In their latest educational offering, “Valuation of Intangible Assets for Financial Reporting Purposes,” the American Society of Appraisers (ASA) takes participants through three full days of instruction, from the most recent changes in accounting requirements, to a full understanding of SFAS 157, to application of current valuation methods.  In addition to top-flight technical insights, instructors from nationally known valuation practices—including Duff & Phelps and Grant Thornton LLP—will also analyze issues related to intellectual property litigation. This November, the course will be taught in two locations (Manhattan Beach, CA and Brooklyn, NY) and seats are going fast.  Click here for a course overview and registration.

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