Articles From Brisbane Consulting Group
Posted by William P. Allen on August 10, 2021
When dividing property in a divorce case, courts in most states distinguish between separate and marital property. Generally, separate property isn’t subject to division, while marital property is. However, a recent Nebraska Supreme Court case highlights how an increase in the value of separate property may sometimes be classified as marital property and, therefore, be subject to division.
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on July 27, 2021
In patent infringement cases, plaintiffs are generally entitled to recover damages based on lost profits but never less than “reasonable royalties.”
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on July 13, 2021
Changes in business values during the pandemic may necessitate updates to companies’ buy-sell agreements.
Posted by William P. Allen on June 15, 2021
M&A activity has grown during the COVID-19 pandemic. That trend is expected to continue in anticipation of higher capital gains tax rates under the Biden administration. Earnouts have become particularly common for deals that happen during these uncertain times.
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on June 08, 2021
A federal district court recently held that a married couple was entitled to a tax refund for a 2014 court settlement that included stock in a private business.
Posted by Johnathon Miles on May 25, 2021
Business valuation is a prophecy of the future. That is, investors typically value a business based on its ability to generate future cash flow. However, with so many uncertainties in the current marketplace, forecasting expected cash flow can be challenging.
Posted by William P. Allen on May 17, 2021
Traditionally, most assets and liabilities were reported on the balance sheet at historical cost. Now, there’s a trend toward “fair value” reporting. Here’s how the change is affecting financial reporting.
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on May 11, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many businesses to struggle financially, forcing some to even file for bankruptcy. A critical factor when valuing a debtor in bankruptcy is current economic conditions.