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Top Issues Impacting Cannabis Valuations

An apple is an apple. A pear is a pear. A dispensary in MyTown USA is not the same as a dispensary in NextDoor USA. A cultivation facility in Michigan is not the same as a cultivation facility in Illinois. This webinar will focus on adult use legalization, Section 280E, geography, research and resources and other important issues impacting valuations in the cannabis space.

Expert’s critique of opposing valuation gets excluded

In a Tennessee damages case, the defense engaged a valuation expert to do two things: (1) critique the valuation report of the opposing side; and (2) offer his own estimate of damages.

Rieves v. Town of Smyrna

The plaintiffs’ business was allegedly damaged by the actions of the defendant. The plaintiffs engaged an expert in economic damages and lost profits. The defendants engaged their own expert to provide his opinions as to why he believed the plaintiffs’ expert’s opinions were unreliable. The court ultimately excluded this portion of the defendants’ expert’s testimony. The defendants’ expert’s calculation of damages, however, was a matter for cross-examination and will be allowed.

U.S. District Court Excludes Expert’s Testimony on Critique of Plaintiffs’ Damages but Allows Same Expert Testimony on His Damages Calculation

The plaintiffs’ business was allegedly damaged by the actions of the defendant. The plaintiffs engaged an expert in economic damages and lost profits. The defendants engaged their own expert to provide his opinions as to why he believed the plaintiffs’ expert’s opinions were unreliable. The court ultimately excluded this portion of the defendants’ expert’s testimony. The defendants’ expert’s calculation of damages, however, was a matter for cross-examination and will be allowed.

The 2023 Cannabis Reset: A Redux of 2019?

As we roll through 2023, getting well past what many are calling the post-COVID-19 pandemic era, the cannabis industry appears to be hitting a major reset button. Inflationary trends continue near a 40-year high with no sign of a quick retreat, legislative reforms for the industry have stalled, interest rates and the cost of capital continue to be significant challenges in the sector, and labor and supply-chain disruptions also continue in some jurisdictions.

Adding Value to a Cannabis Business Valuation

Join the experts from Citrin Cooperman in navigating the ever-changing regulatory waters surrounding this industry.

Cannabis Industry Accounting and Appraisal Guide, 2nd edition

May 2023 Hardcover, PDF (340 pages)

Brenda Clarke, Ron Seigneur, Stacey Udell

With the Second Edition of The Cannabis Industry Accounting and Appraisal Guide, authors Stacey Udell, Ron Seigneur and Brenda Clarke, distill their wealth of experience into over 340 pages of must-read insights, for anyone involved in this fascinating, rapidly evolving industry sector, including bookkeepers and accountants, lawyers, management and ownership and other advisors.  Learn more >>

Adjusting the P&L for a Cannabis Dispensary Valuation

A sample valuation report for a cannabis firm reveals an interesting technique to get inside, and otherwise unavailable, information to help adjust the income statement.

2023 Overview of the Marijuana Industry: The Coming Wave of Consolidation and Beyond. Opportunities Abound!

The session will explore current trends and engagement opportunities in the cannabis industry. The continuing conflict between federal and state laws and regulations, coupled with the economic impact of inflation, the illicit cannabis market, and the aftermath of the COVID pandemic pause have resulted in a perfect storm for an incredibly unique industry. Recreational use of marijuana is currently legal for adults in 21 states and Washington, D.C., while medical marijuana is legal and available ...

BV News and Trends September 2022

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

The 2022 Cannabis Reset: A Redux of 2019?

Comments on the impacts to the cannabis industry in the wake of COVID-19 and related economic stimuli and amid inflation, interest rate increases, legislative reforms, and labor and supply-chain disruptions.

Valuing Cannabis 2.0: Buckle Up, This is About to Get Interesting

The session will explore recent trends in valuing businesses and intellectual property in the cannabis industry. Appraisers often apply market-based metrics to historical data when performing traditional valuations. In the cannabis industry, history is not often indicative of the future and reliance on historical data may lead to inaccurate valuations. The value of businesses in established markets such as Colorado, Oregon, and Washington is different than the value of businesses in newly legal states or ...

Cannabis lawsuit could be a game changer

A coalition of influential marijuana companies and stakeholders are planning to sue the federal government over alleged unconstitutional policies that affect their operations, according to a report in Marijuana Moment.

Business Valuation Update Yearbook, 2022 Edition

January 2022 PDF (454 pages)

BVR (editor)

Business Valuation Resources, LLC

A new year means another annual “greatest hits” publication!  The Business Valuation Update Yearbook 2022 covers the previous year’s most groundbreaking and thought-provoking advancements in valuation.  It captures changes in regulations and professional standards, key takeaways from professional conferences, and tactical practice-building ideas. This critical desktop reference puts you ahead of the competition with on-the-ground reporting by the BVR editorial team including an Introduction by Andy Dzamba, BVR Executive Editor and insights from notable BV experts.  Learn more >>

Economy, Cannabis, Physician Pay, SPACs, and Expert Testimony Among the Hot Topics at the NJCPA BV Conference

Key takeaways from the 2021 New Jersey CPA Society’s Business Valuation and Litigation Services Conference are included.

COVID-19 Cloud Has Silver Lining in the Cannabis Sector

A good example of the varying effects of COVID-19 on different industries can be found in the cannabis sector. Of course, the pandemic has had devasting effects overall, but something interesting happened in this sector that allowed it to weather the storm fairly well, according to valuation experts close to the industry.

BV News and Trends October 2021

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

Takeaways from the NJCPA BV conference

The New Jersey CPA Society held its Business Valuation and Litigation Services Conference last week, and event chair Don DeGrazia (Gold Gerstein Group LLC) put together an excellent program of cutting-edge and relevant topics.

Two state CPA societies host BV events this month

Some state CPA societies organize business valuation conferences, and two of them are coming up later this month.

Check out the NJCPA’s annual BV conference September 21

The Biden tax proposals, physician compensation, cannabis, and SPACs are some of the cutting-edge topics you’ll hear about at this year’s Business Valuation and Litigation Services Conference, hosted by the New Jersey Society of CPAs.

Insights and Intel on the Cannabis Industry

Join Ryan Cram and Ron Seigneur for a lively discussion of the current and emerging landscape for business valuation analysts and other professional advisors to the cannabis sector with a focus on the risks and rewards of being involved in the cannabis industry drawing on over 20 combined years of industry experience working marijuana and hemp/CBD clients throughout the country, both large and small. Explore the unique nuances associated with business and intellectual property appraisal ...

BVU News and Trends June 2020

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

BVU News and Trends May 2020

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

BVU News and Trends April 2020

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

Cannabiz put to the test amid COVID-19

April 20 was supposed to be the once-a-year Black Friday for the legal cannabis market, but, instead, the industry is bracing for an economic blow from the coronavirus crisis.

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