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2019 Key Valuation and Damages Cases

A discussion of the court cases that have dominated the conversation in 2019 among financial experts by making law or influencing attitudes on key valuation issues.

Everything new in BV—at your fingertips

Busy practitioners find it hard to keep up with all that’s going on in the business valuation profession.

Tales From the Trenches: How to Successfully Use Statistics—Without Being a Data Guru

Even though you may not be a statistics expert, you can effectively use statistical sampling and regression when the engagement calls for it. Here are some “in the trenches” examples that demonstrate that.

Global BVU News and Trends September 2019

Business valuation news from a global perspective.

Expert witnesses hold unique power, and responsibility, in the UK court system

‘There is an inevitable tension between an adversarial legal system, with experts being appointed by each side, and the duties of judicious objectivity,’ writes Andrew Strickland (Scrutton Bland) in a new white paper available to BVWire—UK readers as a free download.

BVU News and Trends April 2019

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

BVU News and Trends March 2019

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

Get caught up on everything BV with two new resources

The latest news in the business valuation profession—plus complete coverage of recent court decisions—is provided in two new guides from BVR.

Recording available of Hitchner’s 2018 BV highlights

Jim Hitchner (Valuation Products and Services) does an annual rundown of the prior year’s new need-to-know BV concepts, data, models, and methods (see our coverage of his latest update).

Hitchner outlines BV highlights of 2018

During his annual update webinar, Jim Hitchner (Valuation Products and Services) does a rundown of the new need-to-know BV concepts, data, models, and methods.

2018 Key Business Valuation and Damages Cases

Choices for the most interesting and pivotal court cases of 2018 involving business valuation issues.

Takeaways From the AICPA FVS Conference

We attended many of the sessions at the AICPA’s 2017 Forensic and Valuation Services conference in Las Vegas along with over 1,000 attendees and found no shortage of tips, ideas, and advice.

Lawyers Provide Pointers to Testifying Experts

Coverage of the AICPA FVS conference in Las Vegas ...

2017’s Top Business Valuation and Damages Cases

BVLaw’s selection of the most educational cases of 2017.

Questions a judge will ask of a valuation expert witness

A new book not only gives judges and attorneys a reference guide of fundamental business valuation concepts, but it's also a refresher course for valuation experts, and it will help them prepare for court.

AICPA Tips for Testifying Experts

Appraisers working on litigated disputes face special challenges. Several workshops at the recent AICPA conference in Nashville provided insights and survival tips that benefit both the seasoned financial expert witness and the upstart.

Mock trial highlights ASA’s Advanced BV Conference

All six valuation disciplines were put on the "stand" and cross-examined by an attorney. It demonstrated that even the best valuation report can get skewered in court.

Valuation of key marital asset demands expert opinion

In a Mississippi divorce, the husband's sole-owned fitness training company was the key asset. An accurate valuation was central to achieving an equitable distribution of property, but the parties did not hire experts or even submit much financial information to the trial court.

How else to look at the 'Gawker' case: It's about unjust enrichment

It's not your average lost profits or lost business opportunity case. Rather, Hogan's damages experts were successful in quantifying damages under the less-common unjust enrichment theory. Rather than focusing on the damages to Hogan, the plaintiff, stemming from Gawker's misconduct, the experts calculated the gain to Gawker, the defendant, from the misuse of Hogan's assets, that is, his brand and other intellectual property.

Must an expert witness be a human?

NYSSCPA BV event in New York City May 18

Read this case before writing your next BV report

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