BVLibrary bests the competition by up to 300%

BVWireIssue #62-4
November 27, 2007

Which BV research database has the broadest content and most robust functionality?  We decided to take on the claim by KeyValueData that there is “no other” comparable on-line research platform for BV professionals. According to a recent release, a search of KeyValueData sources turned up just thirty-five results for “Laro” (referring to the Hon. David Laro of the U.S. Tax Court).  But compare this to a search of BVLibrary—which called up over 120 results, from the most recent, notable cases citing decisions by Judge Laro to a book that he authored with Shannon Pratt.  Further, anyone—not just subscribers—can use the state-of-the art search engine at BVLibrary to cull the various databases, including BVLaw™—which currently boasts over 2,000 state and federal valuation cases, compared to only 1050 at…the other place.

Take the challenge yourself: The next time you need to find a valuation-specific article, presentation, court decision, or news announcement, try out the site-wide search engine at BVResources.  It’s fast, free—and it's by far the best data platform available to BV professionals, attorneys, and analysts.

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