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Ward v. Ward

High court rejects valuation of husband’s interest in closely held company where wife’s expert transformed it from one owned by four people into one managed by one person to increase its overall value.

Chattree v. Chattree

Court admits expert’s testimony despite his failure to appear for scheduled deposition where husband’s refusal to provide necessary corporate information delayed expert’s completion of the business valuation and says any error in the opinion was “invited”

Inventory gets special attention at ASA BV meeting

Keep your normalization adjustments separate

Dawyot v. Catawba Capital Mgmt., Inc.

In buyout dispute, court sets aside third-party appraisal performed pursuant to redemption agreement; court says final appraisal report contains at least one “palpable error” related to normalization of earnings that had a significant effect on the valuation; appraiser did not testify at trial.

The 1999/2000 Medical Practice Valuation Guidebook: Including the Influence of Managed Care

In addition to raising the bar on medical practice valuation, Mark Dietrich has written a text on physician practice management that is really three books in one.

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