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Topic: Business Valuations

How can you ensure divorce cases are equitable?
By Freed Maxick on January 30, 2014

By Ron Soluri, Jr. CPA Director In typical divorce cases, courts will try to split assets equitably between both spouses. But, at times, the parties can make the court’s job quite difficult...

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The 101 on Patent Infringement Damages
By Freed Maxick on January 24, 2014

By: Joseph Aquino, CPA Director     Calculating damages in patent infringement cases still poses a challenge in today’s world. In addition, expert testimony on the matter typically comes...

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Goodwill: Fueling the debate in divorce cases
By Freed Maxick on September 30, 2013

By: Joseph Aquino, CPA, CVA Director   There is a distinction between two types of goodwill depending upon the type of business enterprise: institutional goodwill and professional practice...

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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, CVA 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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