Freed Maxick Service Delivery Update

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Summing It Up


Topic: Business Valuations

Deterring violations of Federal Securities Law
By Freed Maxick on September 13, 2013

By: Tim McPoland, CPA Director In certain types of intellectual property (IP) cases, plaintiffs can recover, or disgorge, the profits the defendant reaped as a result of the infringement....

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IRS Victory Highlights the Importance of Careful Estate Planning
By Joe Aquino, CPA, CVA on April 30, 2013

IRS Undermines a Family Limited Partnership  Author: Joe Aquino Recently, the IRS celebrated another victory in its long-running campaign to challenge family limited partnerships (FLPs). In

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How a Company’s Value Can Change When an Executive Leaves
By Ron Soluri Jr., CPA on April 16, 2013

What to Do When One Employee Holds the Key to Business Value Author: Ron Soluri Jr. A company’s earnings and cash flows can suffer significantly when an executive or other critical...

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Litigation Support: Weight vs. Admissibility
By Tim McPoland, CPA/ABV, CVA, CFE on April 9, 2013

Court Allows Lost Profits Expert Testimony Author: Tim McPolandWhen an opposing party in a lawsuit challenges the admissibility of an expert’s testimony, the matter often comes down to one...

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Litigation Support: The Gift Tax Exclusion
By Ron Soluri Jr., CPA on March 26, 2013

Court Determines the Gift Tax Exclusion Applies to FLP Author: Ron Soluri Jr. Recently, we discussed a case where the U.S. Tax Court held that gifts of interests in a family limited...

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Litigation Support: Damage Calculation Method Used in Recent Case
By Tim McPoland, CPA/ABV, CVA, CFE on March 12, 2013

Court Confirms the “Gold Standard” of Valuation Author: Tim McPoland Business valuation arises in many legal contexts, including damages calculations in commercial litigation. In a recent...

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