LITIGATED BUSINESS VALUATION SERVICES
Our experienced business valuation team consults on economic, industry, financial and capital markets data related to value and changes in value, providing formal reports and subject matter expert testimony for litigated valuation cases. Taking into account market, income and asset valuation approaches, our valuation reporting and testimony services are designed to arm our clients with comprehensive valuation analysis that can benefit them in litigated disputes.
- Early stage case assessment
- Consulting on value and changes in value
- Formal valuation reports
- Active/passive analysis and tracing
- Expert witness testimony
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...
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...
Business Valuation in a Divorce: Analyzing Cash Flow v. Net Income – Don’t Expect (or Give Away) What Doesn’t Exist
When a couple is divorcing in an equitable distribution or community property jurisdiction and their assets include ownership in a closely held company, the value of the business typically must be determined. Analyzing the company’s cashflow is imperative during such...
During my over two decades of working in the valuation profession, I have valued several hundred entities and reviewed hundreds of valuation reports, including business valuation calculation reports, summary reports, and comprehensive valuation reports prepared by...
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