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— based on the authors’ combined 75 years of experience in the valuation field — helps both practitioners and students navigate the complex task of valuing a bankrupt or other financially distressed business, and provides practical guidance on the selection and application of valuation approaches, methods and procedures. Admitting Expert Valuation Evidence Before the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts
guides counsel on the fine art of admitting (and properly contextualizing) expert valuation evidence before the bankruptcy courts. The book provides a step-by-step tutorial on how to go "on the offensive" in the highly subjective area of distressed valuation, and gives practitioners the tools they need to evaluate, retain and communicate with valuation professionals. Developing the Evidence: Using Prospective Financial Information in Bankruptcy and Other Litigation for Business Valuation, Damages, and Other Applications
discusses the application of prospective financial information in corporate bankruptcy and other litigation settings for business valuation, damages and other applications. It focuses on how financial professionals and counsel can ensure the most appropriate financial information is being used and interpreted.
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