Subsequent Events: Dealing With the Unknown and Unforeseeable

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Training Event Transcripts
January 8, 2010
Jay E. Fishman, FASA, FRICS
Z. Christopher Mercer, ASA, CFA,
Chuck Rettig, Attorney at Law
subsequent events, coronavirus, COVID-19


Events subsequent to the valuation date are seldom known, knowable, or foreseeable—particularly recently. As appraisers continue to sift through the fallout of recent economic turmoil, the consideration of subsequent events is becoming ever more important when proving and defending a sound conclusion of value. In Subsequent Events: Dealing With the Unknown and Unforeseeable, two of the valuation communities best minds, Jay Fishman and Chris Mercer, will join one of the best in tax litigation, Chuck Rettig, for an in-depth discussion of how to handle the tricky area of accounting for subsequent events. Any appraiser performing valuations today without the use of a crystal ball should attend this teleconference.
Subsequent Events: Dealing with the Unknown and Unforeseeable
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