Articles From Brisbane Consulting Group
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on December 15, 2020
When business owners or other laypeople testify on complex financial or valuation issues, there’s a risk that their testimony will be found inadmissible in commercial litigation.
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on December 01, 2020
Business valuation experts generally can be engaged to provide either a “conclusion of value” or a “calculation of value.”
Posted by Paul M. Herlan on November 17, 2020
Hear from Lumsden McCormick experts on what needs to be done to optimize tax planning with a focus on the proposed presidential plans. Followed by an update to the Paycheck Protection Program including a financial statement presentation and a discussion on the tax aspects of forgiveness.
Posted by William P. Allen on November 17, 2020
The COVID-19 crisis has affected virtually every business. Many small business owners may be ready to throw in the towel, but restructuring can provide a fresh start. This is a highly complex process that requires continuous monitoring to be effective.
Optical Works and Logistics V. Sentinel Insurance Company – Using Financial Experts to Support Business Interruption Claims
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on November 03, 2020
As a result of pandemic-related shutdowns, many businesses have filed claims under their business interruption insurance policies. These claims have resulted in litigation over the scope of coverage and the meaning of key policy terms.
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on October 20, 2020
In a recent gift tax case, the U.S. Tax Court accepted the taxpayer’s value, which included discounts for lack of control and marketability.
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on September 22, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on the economy and created significant uncertainty. This article explains how the current environment presents unique challenges as couples in divorce proceedings strive to reach an equitable property division agreement.
Posted by William P. Allen on September 11, 2020
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 September 08, 2020
In Memorial Hermann Health System v. Gomez, a Texas appellate court upheld a compensatory and punitive damages award to a cardiovascular surgeon. The doctor’s employer raised several issues on appeal, including an argument that evidence of lost profits was legally insufficient.