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Perception Grows of Bias in U.S. Valuation Experts

During a recent webinar out of Canada, a speaker observed that litigants are bringing in valuation experts from the U.S. because of a “creeping tendency toward bias.” In the U.S., some judges are citing studies they say confirm their feelings about bias in some valuation experts.

Ethical Issues in Business Valuation

Do you know what ethics issues might arise when complying with business valuation and forensic standards? Do you know what all of the business valuation and forensic standards are? Do you know what ethics standards apply to each of those standards? Recently, a number of ethics questions have arisen relating to the application of business valuation and forensic standards. Many relate to conflicts of interest and independence issues. In this webinar, we will cover the ...

Business Valuation Ethics

With valuation standards issued by AICPA, NACVA, ASA, and USPAP 2020-2021, it is easy to see how complying can be complex. Join Scott Saltzman to obtain a better understanding of the valuation standards that are applicable to you and those that may be applicable to an opposing expert. Any engagement can turn into a litigation matter so making sure you are crafting a complete compliant and competent report in accordance with your professional standards is ...

Avoiding Ethics Violations When Working on Divorce (or Other) Cases

A session at the AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference did a good job explaining how attorneys and financial experts must think about ethical issues that may arise while working on a divorce (or any other) engagement so as to ensure they abide by their profession’s rules of ethics and work together in an effective and efficient way.

Avoiding Ethics Violations When Working on Divorce (or Other) Cases

At the recent AAML/BVR divorce conference, held May 8-10 in Las Vegas, one of the sessions that best conveyed the advantages of an interdisciplinary discussion was on ethics. The topic was “Ethics Violations: How to Avoid the Letter No One Wants to Receive,” and the speakers were Marie Ebersbacher (CBIZ MHM LLC), an appraiser and financial forensics expert, and Lawrence Moskowitz (Perry, Johnson, Anderson, Miller & Moskowitz LLP), a family law attorney.

Divorce conference speakers discuss ethics traps and how to avoid them

At the recent AAML/BVR divorce conference in Las Vegas, one of the sessions that drove home the advantages of an interdisciplinary discussion was on ethics.

Succedding as an Expert Witness: Increasing Your Impact and Income

Tageh Press , Glenwood Springs, CO 81602, (970)945-6887. Softbound, 8" x 5 ½", 358 pages. Available for $39.95 (plus s&h) from Business Valuation Resources, LLC, 7412 S.W. Beaverton-Hillsdale Hw ...

The Business of Business Valuation

Jones, Gary, E. and Dirk Van Dyke . The Business of Business Valuation McGraw Hill: 11 West 19th street, New York, NY 10011; Phone: (212) 512-2247; Price $55.00 This book, as the title suggests ...

Second USPAP exposure draft due to be released in mid-June -- Written comments due in 70 days; August 15 deadline for applications for ASB, AQB, Board of Trustees

Because of the importance of USPAP to the business appraisal profession, I'm devoting our lead article space this issue to proposed USPAP revisions and related Appraisal Foundation matters. I urge a ...

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