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New Toolkit for Passive Appreciation Takes Shape

BVR and Dr. Ashok Abbott (West Virginia University) are developing an automated tool and supporting documentation that embodies his peer-reviewed methodology for separating active from passive appreciation of business assets in a divorce context.

BV News and Trends May 2022

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

BV News and Trends April 2022

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

Full agenda for the AAML/BVR divorce conference

The full agenda has been posted for the National Divorce Conference, sponsored by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and BVR.

How to find hidden assets in divorce

Parties to a divorce may not be totally forthcoming with assets they own, so the valuation expert often has to help ferret them out.

Preliminary agenda out for 2022 AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference

Want to learn how to value and divide intellectual property caught up in divorce?

BV News and Trends February 2022

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

Sponsorships available for the AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference

Want to reach out to divorce attorneys?

Dates set for AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference

If you do any valuation work for divorce, you do not want to miss the National Divorce Conference, brought to you by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and Business Valuation Resources (BVR).

New toolkit in development for active/passive appreciation

During a BVR webinar, Ashok Abbott (West Virginia University) discussed his recent peer-reviewed paper that explains his methodology for separating active from passive appreciation of business assets in a divorce context.

Statistical Methodologies for Analyzing Active and Passive Appreciation

A rundown of the existing quantitative models that have been developed that separates the active and passive appreciation of a closely held business involved in a marital dissolution case. The models seek to statistically identify market forces that reasonably cause changes in the value of assets.

Feedback wanted on Abbott model for active/passive appreciation

For several years, Professor Ashok Abbott (West Virginia University) has been developing a methodology for separating active from passive appreciation of business assets in a divorce context (see our first coverage here).

Letter to the Editor: Comments on Using Jensen’s Alpha for Active and Passive Appreciation

This is a Letter to the Editor from Ashok B. Abbott, Ph.D. (West Virginia University), in response to a prior article on segregating passive from active increases in the value of an asset in the context of marital dissolution.

Letter to the Editor: Response to Dr. Abbott’s Comments on Using Jensen’s Alpha for Separating Active and Passive Appreciation

This is a Letter to the Editor from Mark Filler that responds to comments from Dr. Ashok Abbott about Mr. Filler’s prior article on the use of Jensen’s alpha. Dr. Abbott’s comments can be found elsewhere in this issue.

Power Panel: Live Expert Answers for Today's Tough BV Questions

What is going on next in BV? While we don’t have a crystal ball, we do have the next best thing. Thought leaders Jay Fishman, Neil Beaton, Ray Rath, and Stacy Collins on hand to answer your questions on what is changing, trends within the profession, and thought processes behind tackling tough problems. What’s more, if you send in a video of yourself asking the question, you will get free admission to the session. Use ...

BVU News and Trends February 2021

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

2020 Top Business Valuation and Damages Cases

Complicated as the year 2020 was, it was not boring. The past year offered a wealth of lawsuits dealing with business valuation and economic damages issues. The list below shows our Top 10.

Several Trends of Note in Valuation Cases in the United Kingdom

A number of recent court cases in the UK are important to valuation. Matrimonial decisions continue to introduce valuation concepts beyond “fair value,” and, on the topic of goodwill, a recent case went contrary to the expectations of most business valuers.

BVU News and Trends December 2020

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

Top 10 Tips From the 2020 AAML/BV Virtual Divorce Conference

Family law attorneys, valuation professionals, and industry experts connected virtually this fall to share advice during the Virtual Divorce Conference brought to you by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and Business Valuation Resources (BVR). Here are the top 10 key takeaways from the many great sessions with top thought leaders in the profession.

BVR featured in ABA podcast on divorce valuations

BVWire editors Sylvia Golden and Andy Dzamba joined moderator Tom Urquhart at the American Bar Association on a podcast to discuss Business Valuation in Divorce: A Case Compendium, a book co-published by BVR and the ABA.

Attorneys and Valuers Link Up at AAML/BVR Virtual Divorce Conference

Coverage of several sessions that include tips on managing client expectations in uncertain times and the new “abnormal” with respect to executive compensation.

BVU News and Trends November 2020

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

Family Matters: Standard of Value, DLOM/DLOC Discounts and Drama in BV

A buried body, sex surrogates, and family-owned business create a dramatic background for a recent court case impacting valuation. With complex minority discounts, this case kicks off a compelling discussion of key issues in family law. Experts Stacey Udell, Neil Beaton, and Ron Seigneur tackle these thorny issues with clarity and comedy. Get treated to the tricks and tips you’ll want when your next family-owned business engagement rings your doorbell.

New book on Colorado valuations for family lawyers and judges

The Financial Expert Guide for Family Law Judges and Attorneys, Colorado edition, goes a long way toward educating triers of fact, attorneys, and experts on the key valuation cases and legal principles in Colorado.

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