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Bridging The Gap, Part II: What Attorneys Should Know About Lack of Control Discounts and Control Premiums in Business Valuations
Welcome to the second and final part of our blog series on lack of control discounts and control premiums, two critically important issues when calculating the value of a company. We tackled some of the fundamental questions attorneys may have regarding these concepts...
Bridging The Gap, Part I: What Attorneys Should Know About Lack of Control Discounts and Control Premiums in Business Valuations
When working with appraisers, attorneys are likely to grapple with questions about the relationship between two key business valuation concepts involving control exercised over a company. The first concept is the “lack of control discount,” which, in simple terms, is...
The Guideline Transaction Method in Litigated Business Valuation: What Attorneys Should Know About the Purchase Price
In my last blog post, I discussed the two types of transactions—stock and asset—that are found in the databases appraisers use when applying the guideline transaction method in litigated business valuation and how to use these transactions to determine value. In...
The Guideline Transaction Method in Litigated Business Valuation: What Attorneys Should Consider
When reviewing a business valuation report, an attorney should check to see that the business appraiser considered the three approaches to value—market, income, and asset. While each approach has its own methodologies, our focus in this blog will be on the...
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