Developing the Evidence: Using Prospective Financial Information in Bankruptcy and Other Litigation for Business Valuation, Damages, and Other Applications
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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. Developing the Evidence provides attorneys, financial advisors, valuation analysts and court-admitted experts with perspectives on questions regarding the future of a business and the underlying documentation that involves prospective financial information. The authors review important valuation and diligence concepts, explain the types of prospective financial information, and introduce professional standards that offer guidance about their interpretation and application. They also survey important court opinions and outline factors that may be considered when determining relevance and reliability of prospective financial information — making this guide an invaluable resource for both lawyers and financial and valuation professionals who work with this type of information.
|Author||David P. Bart, Eric Daucher|
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