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Considerations When Adding Litigation Services to a Valuation Practice

The 2022 AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference sparked some advice for moving your practice into litigation support services for marital dissolution or any other matters that are headed to court.

BVU News and Trends February 2021

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

Assume every valuation will be challenged

“As appraisers, our reputation is our single most valuable asset ...

Company or Damage Valuation in a Mediation Context

The number of online mediations has soared due to the pandemic. This article outlines the standard phases of a valuator-assisted mediation and the concept of the best alternative to a negotiated agreement (BATNA) and includes some real-world case studies.

BVU News and Trends November 2020

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

Updated Finance and Accounting for Lawyers now available

An introductory text for attorneys working with accounting and the business valuation world has been revised.

The Secrets to Expert Testimony That Engages and Persuades a Court

Some techniques to help prevent experts from imploding during fierce cross-examination.

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.

How to value a small piece of a famous rock song

If the jury had sided with the plaintiff in the Led Zeppelin "Stairway to Heaven" case, it would have had to carve out the value of the riff that only forms part of the song. BVWire asked Michael Pellegrino (Pellegrino & Associates), a valuation expert (and musician) who specializes in intellectual property, for some insights into some of the thoughts behind how this would have been determined

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How should appraisers consider the law?

The following is a chapter excerpted from Michele Miles' book, The Business Appraiser and Litigation Support.** In this chapter she discusses how business appraisers can avoid running afoul of be ...

Supreme Court applies Daubert-type screening to all experts work

I'm relinquishing my editor's column space this issue for this excellent and timely article by my colleague at Willamette Management Associates, Robert Reilly. Recent decisions clearly "raise the bar ...

When the Appraiser Takes the Stand

As the valuation profession evolves and gains credibility, appraisers will be called on more and more to provide litigation support and dispute resolution services with respect to numerous types of controversies. Recognizing this, the author presents 20 recommended procedures for valuation practitioners who provide testimony. While some may seem like common sense, all are important.

Mediation as a form of dispute resolution

In our July 1996 issue I described my experience as an expert in a gift tax mediation in my Editor's Column, an article to which readers interested in mediation may wish to refer. In this articl ...

MoneySoft. Corporate Valuation.

MoneySoft . Corporate Valuation . One East Camelback Road, Suite 550, Phoenix, AZ 85012, (800) 966-7797, fax (602) 266-7713, website: www.moneysoft.com. Price: $495 through 1998. List Price ...

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