PORTLAND, Ore., April 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The May issue of the Business Valuation Update (BVU) is now out and includes articles on the S Corporation valuation puzzle, misapplication of Gordon Growth Model, disparate opinions of value in buy-sell agreements, and much more.
The monthly BVU, published by Business Valuation Resources, has been the voice of the valuation profession since 1995 and keeps readers at the center of the business valuation profession. It includes the latest thinking from leading appraisers, detailed reports from valuation conferences, analysis of new approaches and court decisions, regulatory and standards updates, and much more!
Featured articles in the May issue include:
- Ongoing Research Related to the S Corp Valuation Puzzle (BVR Editor)
- BVU Profiles: Business Valuation From the Perspective of an Appraiser in Italy (BVR Editor)
- Indefinite Is Not Infinite -- Solving a Dichotomy in Trademark Valuation (Christof Binder, Ph.D., MBA, Robert Morrison, MBA, ASA BV/IA )
- Misapplication of Gordon Growth Model Can Lead to Undervaluing (Drew Voth, CPA/CFF, CVA, CIRA, CFE)
- Avoiding Complications and Disparate Opinions of Value in Buy-Sell Agreements (Brian Burns, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA, Chris Mitchell, CPA/ABV/CFF)
Featured court case digests in the May issue include:
- Can a Valuation Firm Serve as Expert Witness? (In re Dole Food Co., Inc. Stockholder Litigation)
- Court Draws Line Between Data Quality and Data Quantity (Chambers v. Fike)
- Chancery Assigns Secondary Role to Post-Merger DCF (In re Ancestry)
- Court Declares Lost Profits Analysis 'Goes Too Far' (Immersion Corp. v. HTC Corp.)
- Court Backs Away From Support for Double Dip Theory (Bohme v. Bohme)
- Court Rejects Flat Prohibition Against Double Dipping (Gallo v. Gallo)
To learn more about the Business Valuation Update journal, please contact Sarah Andersen at (503) 291-7963 ext. 123 or email@example.com.
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