Archive 2017-114: “Lost Profits or Lost Business Value?” Archive Webinar
**Webinar 114: Live Broadcast Date was December 5, 2017**
VPS StraightTalk Webinar Series: “Lost Profits or Lost Business Value?” with Everett P Harry III, MBA, CPA/CFF and Jeffrey H. Kinrich, MBA, CPA/ABV/CFF
Business damages may be measured as lost profits or lost business value. This session will cover the distinguishing characteristics of the two approaches and the issues the expert should consider in choosing between them. Based on the new book “Lost Profits Damages: Principles, Methods, and Applications” by Everett P Harry III, MBA, CPA/CFF and Jeffrey H. Kinrich, MBA, CPA/ABV/CFF. Information about the editors, the book’s contributing authors, the chapter titles and purchasing and shipping can be found on the Lost Profits page.
The session materials, discussions, and explanations will assist the participant to achieve the following learning objectives:
- Understand the characteristics and nuances of the ex ante/business valuation versus ex post/lost profits approaches to measuring economic damages
- Select an appropriate and defensible approach
- Compute total damages representing appropriate compensation to replace any economic loss by plaintiff
- Avoid or rebut any challenge to limit or exclude the expert’s testimony about damages
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