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  • The Benefits and Pitfalls of Jointly Retained Engagements
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    The Benefits and Pitfalls of Jointly Retained Engagements

    When properly conducted, joint engagements may create a stronger perception of fairness and foster a conducive climate for settling financial matters. Chartered Business Valuators (“CBV”) are often retained to help identify and resolve issues when parties are in dispute. In many circumstances, each party will retain their own CBV expert to prepare a busi...

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  • The Building Blocks of Value: Redundant Assets
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    The Building Blocks of Value: Redundant Assets

    In a previous Davis Martindale blog (Valuation Components – Introduction to the Building Blocks of Value), we introduced the three types of assets that comprise the value of a corporation: Tangible Assets – the physical assets used in day-to-day operations; Redundant Assets – physical assets that are not required for day-to-day operations (non-operatin...

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  • COVID-19: Taking into Account Post-Separation Declines in Value: Serra v. Serra
  • COVID-19: Implications for Family Law Matters – Income for Support
  • COVID-19: Valuation Techniques
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    COVID-19: Valuation Techniques

    This is the fifth blog in Davis Martindale’s Valuations and “Covid-19 Mini Series”.   In our previous Covid-19 blogs, we discussed: the timeline of the build up to the current social distancing measures; use of hindsight in valuation – whether knowledge of the economic impact of Covid-19 can be incorporated into a value determination; potential...

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