Issue No. 6, April/May 2007
The Financial Valuation and Litigation Expert journal is the platform for some of the most respected leaders in the business valuation profession. In every issue, FVLE experts contribute insightful, focused, and illuminating articles on the most relevant issues to your practice.
Articles in Issue No. 6, April/May 2007:
- Front page – DCF The ‘Disconnected’ Cash Flow Method
- Robert Grossman – What is the Level of Value Produced by the Guideline Publicly Traded Company Method?
- John J. Stockdale- DLOM for a Controlling Interest?
- Steve Bravo- Ready or Not Part 1- New Tax Law and More Guidance for Federal Tax-Related Valuations
- Robin Taylor – Common Mistakes in Valuation Reports
- Terry Allen – Teaching Business Valuation in Foreign Countries
- R. James Alerding – Intellectual Asset Theft: Losing a Foothold
- Larry Cook – ‘Sweating the Small Stuff’ in Collaborative Divorce
- David Ellner – Book Review of Z. Christopher Mercer’s – Buy Sell Agreements: Ticking Time Bombs or Reasonable Resolutions?
- Steven Babitsky – The 10 Biggest Marketing Mistakes Experts Make and How to Avoid Them
- In the Courtroom
- Daubert Challenge Rejected: Assumptions in Expert Testimony Must be Tested by Cross-Examination and Introduction of Competing Testimony
- Idaho Rejects Differentiation of Personal and Enterprise Goodwill in Professional Services
- Daubert on the Docket
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