Omissions and Commissions: Errors, Challenges and Solutions in Business Appraisal Reports

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March 12, 2014
L. Paul Hood Jr., Attorney at Law
Timothy R. Lee, ASA


For any written report, even the smallest of errors can prove to costly to overcome. In the case of business appraisal report writing, this is especially true when presenting nuanced and complex procedures and analysis. Through an examination of professional guidelines, judicial decisions, and real-world examples, expert Timothy Lee and attorney L. Paul Hood Jr., authors of A Reviewer's Handbook to Business Valuation: Practical Guidance to the Use and Abuse of a Business Appraisal, have compiled a must-attend presentation on how to avoid the most common and mortal mistakes in business appraisal reporting, be they by omission or commission.
Omissions & Commissions: Errors, Challenges & Solutions in Business Appraisal Reports
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