Beginning this October, BVR’s 2011 Tax Summit will deliver the same cutting-edge programming on the intersection of taxes and valuation in a new, interactive, online format. Sessions include:
- Estate of Gallagher: How the Court Sees the State of Business Valuation Chris Mercer (Mercer Capital) and attorney L. Paul Hood Jr. examine the recent Gallagher decision by the U.S. Tax Court and how it will impact analysts’ use of the guideline public company method, tax affecting, normalization adjustments, marketability discounts, and more. (Thursday October 20th)
- Lawyers Roundtable: What Attorneys are Seeing in Tax Court & What They Are Looking For in Expert Financial Witnesses Jay Fishman (Financial Research Associates) hosts a roundtable with Stephanie Loomis-Price (Winstead PC) and Edward M. Robbins Jr. (Hochman, Salkin, Rettig, Toscher & Perez P.C.) on what courts want in credible, comprehensive tax-related valuations. (Friday, October 28th)
- In Judges Roundtable: View From the Bench, the Tax Court judges will get their turn—with Hon. David Laro and Hon. Joseph Robert Goeke joining Jay Fishman live from the Georgetown Law Center to discuss the latest developments in the Tax Court and what these preeminent jurists look for in expert valuations and witnesses.
A fourth webinar, focusing on IRS perspectives, is currently in development. Register for each program separately or at a discount rate for the entire Summit at BVR’s Training Page.
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