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Five Areas to Explore If You Suspect a Spouse Is Hiding Crypto Assets in a Marital Dispute

In BVR’s recent webinar, Cryptocurrency Fraud and Forensics: What Valuation Professionals Need to Know, forensic and cryptocurrency experts Katerina Gaebel and Mark DiMichael, both of Citrin Cooperman, covered various hot topics on fraud and forensic accounting issues in digital assets and how they affect the business valuation profession. Here, we summarize five key areas where one would find proof of crypto asset fraud in a marital dispute, including interviews, tax returns, bank accounts, credit card statements, and more.

Canadian Ruling on Use of Expert Draft Reports Crumbles on Appeal

Ontario Court of Appeal strikes down prior ruling mandating documentation and disclosure of communication between counsel and expert, noting expert-attorney collaboration is “essential” to ensure careful case preparation and timely delivery of justice.

Moore v. Getahun

Ontario Court of Appeal strikes down prior ruling mandating documentation and disclosure of communication between counsel and expert, noting expert-attorney collaboration is “essential” to ensure careful case preparation and timely delivery of justice.

United States v. Alatorre

In this criminal matter, the defendant requested a pretrial Daubert hearing to determine the admissibility of the government's expert witness. The trial court denied the request. The Ninth Circuit ...

No Daubert Hearing Required

In this criminal matter, the defendant requested a pretrial Daubert hearing to determine the admissibility of the government's expert witness.

General Motors Corporation v. Paramount Metal Products Company

Defendant brought a counterclaim for lost profits and unliquidated damages. Plaintiff challenged the counterclaim with a motion for summary judgment, arguing that the defendant's financial expert was ...

Daubert Hearing Ordered

Defendant brought a counterclaim for lost profits and unliquidated damages.

Supreme Court Affirms 'Gatekeeper' Duty of Trial Courts for Expert Evidence

In this product liability case, the trial court ruled that the expert testimony of the plaintiffs' tire failure analysis expert was inadmissible because it was not reliable.

Kumho Tire Co. v. Carmichael

At issue is the admittance of expert testimony.

Expert Witness Deemed Agent of Calling Party

Plaintiffs in this case sought to introduce into evidence the depositions of defendants' expert witnesses who testified at trial.

Onti, Inc. v. Integra Bank

At issue is the admittance of expert testimony.

Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

At issue is the standard for admitting expert testimony.

Landmark Daubert Decision Develops New Standard for Admission of Expert Evidence

Landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, which ended by promulgating a new “gatekeeping” function for federal judges and developing an evidentiary standard now known by a single name: Daubert.

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