This year, the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) has introduced a series of regional “specialty conferences.” The next one will be in Houston October 18-20 and will focus on financial forensics and expert witness strategies. For the valuation analyst, forensics especially comes into play when calculating lost profits and business damages. The conference will include a number of sessions related to the use of forensics in lost profits/damages engagements. There will be two keynotes: one by the Honorable Christopher P. Yates, a Michigan circuit court judge, and one on building a valuation and forensic litigation services practice, conducted by Mel Abraham (Practice Builder Academy). For more information, click here.
NACVA’s other regional specialty conferences will be held in San Diego (November 16-18) (www.nacvanation.com/sandiego/) and Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (December 6-9) (www.nacvanation.com/ftlauderdale/).
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