DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Business Valuation Case Law Yearbook, 2018 Edition" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The Business Valuation Case Law Yearbook, 2018 Edition is essential for business appraisers and attorneys who want to stay ahead of their peers on the most important legal issues brought up in business valuation-related cases. With in-depth analysis from the legal team, the lessons learned in this book help appraisers reach better and more defensible valuation conclusions. And, attorneys who retain appraisers as financial experts learn how their experts can help them win (or lose) in court.
The Yearbook analyzes the year's most meaningful valuation-related issues in the major courts including marital disputes, breach of contract actions, damages, dissenting shareholder disputes, estate and gift tax cases, federal taxation, intellectual property cases, bankruptcy litigation, and more. All the cases featured in this book impart important lessons about applicable legal principles, approved and discredited valuation methodology, and the act (art) of presenting expert opinions. This must-have collection benefits both the generalist as well as the specialist.
Highlights of the Yearbook include:
- Save hours of research time with current and comprehensive court case analysis - access to nearly 70 of the most important business valuation-related cases that took place in 2017, with expert legal analysis to guide you through how each case played out.
- Stay ahead of your peers on the most important legal issues - learn how experts handle valuation challenges with examples from a variety of industries including healthcare, manufacturing, natural resources, grocery stores, automobile dealerships, and more.
- Get important tips on what financial experts did (and did not do) well in court to help you become a better financial expert.
- Easily navigate the court cases with a comprehensive reference table that lists case-by-case type, state/jurisdiction, date, and more.
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