What's it Worth? - Developing, Evaluating & Critiquing Business Valuations for Litigation
Date: Thursday, May 4th 2017
Location: World Trade Center, Mezzanine Room, 26 SW Salmon
Credit Type(s): General Credit
Determining the value of a business can seem a daunting task to a litigator. But, when the case calls for it, effective advocacy requires at least a basic understanding of the fundamentals of business valuation. Among other things, a litigator must be able to recognize when a valuation is necessary, work with an expert to develop the valuation, present valuation testimony in court, and critique the other side's valuation and cross-examine the opposing expert. Join respected business valuation experts Greg Gadawski and Darryl Dorell, CPAs and principals of Financial Forensics; and veteran trial lawyer Julie Vacura, of Larkins Vacura Kayser, for an interactive discussion of these topics as they explore business valuation from a litigation perspective.
For more information: Contact Bridget Donegan, Larkins Vacura Kayser LLP at 503.542.3107. For registration questions, contact the MBA at 503.222.3275.