Articles From Brisbane Consulting Group
Posted by Cameron Rosenecker on March 06, 2023
The usual methods of calculating lost profits may fall short when a start-up is involved.
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on February 20, 2023
Valuation experts commonly use the reasonable royalty method to measure damages in patent infringement cases. When a royalty base is the “entire market value,” an expert may apportion it among the product’s infringing and noninfringing components.
Posted by William P. Allen on February 06, 2023
In M&A transactions, disputes sometimes arise over contractual purchase price adjustments, representations and warranties, earnout provisions, or alleged misrepresentations by the seller.
Posted by Johnathon Miles on January 23, 2023
Employment discrimination claims based on race, sex, age, religion and other characteristics continue to be a major concern for employers.
Posted by Benjamin Schuver on January 09, 2023
The line between permissible expert opinion and impermissible legal or factual conclusions can sometimes be blurry under the Federal Rules of Evidence.
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on December 19, 2022
A recent federal district court case illustrates what can happen when business valuations are prepared by attorneys rather than qualified valuation professionals.
Posted by William P. Allen on December 05, 2022
Due diligence is a critical part of the merger and acquisition process — and one key area of concern is fraud risk. Financial statement manipulation can sometimes make the target appear more valuable than it really is.
Posted by Johnathon Miles on November 21, 2022
When a business seeks to recover damages under a business interruption policy, the language of the policy is critical.