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Business Valuation OIV Journal Spring 2019

Business Valuation OIV Journal has been created by Organismo Italiano di Valutazione (OIV), the Italian Valuation Standard Setter, to provide a forum for discussion and to foster cultural progress in the field of business valuation. In this issue, articles include "Company Valuation as Result of Risk Analysis: Replication Approach as an Alternative to the CAPM"; "Residual Income Model and Abnormal Returns: A Comparison to Factor Styles and Sell-Side Analysts"; and "Critical Issues When Valuating Small Businesses".

Court Looks to Owner’s ‘Proportionate’ Share in Business to Quantify Appreciation in Value

In quantifying marital portion of appreciation of owner spouse’s separate property, trial court relies on owner’s “proportionate” share in company but also considers expert testimony as to third parties’ efforts and owner’s role in generating revenue; court rejects passive factor analysis.

Herbert v. Joubert

In quantifying marital portion of appreciation of owner spouse’s separate property, trial court relies on owner’s “proportionate” share in company but also considers expert testimony as to third parties’ efforts and owner’s role in generating revenue; court rejects passive factor analysis.

IRS Strains to Prove Goodwill in Like-Kind Exchange

In tax refund case related to tax code’s like-kind exchange provisions, Court of Claims rejects a bright line rule that radio stations cannot have goodwill; it also finds that the discounted cash flow (DCF) method the government’s expert chose to determin ...

Deseret Management Corp. v. United States

In tax refund case related to tax code’s like-kind exchange provisions, Court of Claims rejects a bright line rule that radio stations cannot have goodwill; it also finds that the discounted cash flow (DCF) method the government’s expert chose to determin ...

Court values and distributes partner's interest in enterprise goodwill of Ernst & Young

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the value of the husband's partnership interest in the accounting firm of Ernst & Young ("E&Y"), including his interest ...

Bobrow v. Bobrow

One of the issues in this marital dissolution was the value of the husband's partnership interest in the accounting firm of Ernst & Young ("E&Y").

Court Takes Position on Trademark and Unpatented Technology Values

The issues in this case pertain to the acquisition of Carnation Co. by Nestle Holdings Inc.

Nestle Holdings v. Commissioner

At issue is the fair market value of Carnation's inventory, trademarks and trade names, unpatented technology, and goodwill and going concern for federal income tax purposes.

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