There’s a good variety of BV webinars on tap:
Demystifying Compensation for Hospital Call Coverage: New Data Sources and Methods for Valuing On-Call Pay (February 25), featuring Timothy Smith (American Appraisal) and Gregory Anderson (Horne LLP). As hospital call coverage arrangements gain prominence, so too do their importance and complexity, as well as the challenges of soundly applying emerging data and other resources. Part 2 of BVR’s 2014 Online Symposium on Healthcare Valuation addresses these and other common call coverage issues.
Advanced Workshop on Control Premiums & Discounts (February 27), featuring James Alerding (Alerding Consulting) and James Ewart (Dixon Hughes Goodman). Over an intensive, four-hour presentation, experts Alerding and Ewart will discuss the proper identification, quantification, and application of one of appraisal’s oldest and most consistent foils: discounts and premiums for control.
Omissions & Commissions: Errors, Challenges & Solutions in Business Appraisal Reports (February 28), featuring: L. Paul Hood Jr. (The University of Toledo Foundation) and Timothy Lee (Mercer Capital). Over the years, judicial scrutiny, professional standards, and peer review have shed light on critical, damning, and often common errors in business appraisal reports. Join Hood and Lee for Part 3 of BVR’s Advanced Webinar Series on Reporting & Testimony on how to identify and avoid these mistakes. The series concludes on March 7 with How to Succeed as a Jointly Retained Expert, featuring William Morrison (WithumSmith + Brown). (Note: This webinar was previously scheduled for February 21.)
Challenges in Measuring the Fair Value of Intangible Assets (March 4), featuring Robert Reilly (Willamette Management Associates). In Part 3 of BVR’s Online Symposium on Fair Value Measurement, Reilly examines how to properly value intangible assets for fair value purposes.
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