Articles From Brisbane Consulting Group
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on June 11, 2020
President Trump has signed the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act, which provides businesses and employers with more flexibility in the loan program.
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on June 09, 2020
In general, a patent holder seeking infringement damages must apportion profits or royalties between the patented feature and any unpatented features of the infringing product, but there’s an important exception to apportionment known as the “entire market value rule” (EMVR).
Posted by William P. Allen on June 09, 2020
The PPP Flexibility Act greatly increases the likelihood that a large percentage of a borrower’s PPP loan will be forgiven.
Posted by Louis Cercone, Jr. on June 04, 2020
Congress has passed and the president has signed the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act of 2020. The Act modifies many components of forgiveness for the Paycheck Protection Program to make it easier for PPP recipients to obtain forgiveness.
Webinar Slides Available: How Legal and Financial Professionals Will be Dealing With Business Valuations Going Forward
Posted by Paul M. Herlan on May 28, 2020
Download the slides from our webinar presented to the New York Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers: A Going Concern: How Legal and Financial Professionals Will be Dealing with Business Valuations Going Forward.
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on May 26, 2020
The cost (or asset-based) approach specifically focuses on a company’s balance sheet. Learn how this approach works and when it might be an appropriate method of valuation.
Posted by William P. Allen on May 12, 2020
Limited liability companies (LLCs) sometimes offer a unique form of equity-based compensation known as “profits interests,” but these awards don’t convey the full rights of ownership. It’s important to understand the specific terms of an award and how a unit’s terms and conditions affect the method of valuation.
Posted by Douglas Sosnowski on May 04, 2020
When valuing a business, experts must put themselves in the shoes of hypothetical buyers and sellers and consider only what was “known or knowable” on the valuation date. In a recent U.S. District Court case, the estate filed a tax return based on the exchange price of bank stock before the company disclosed a devastating fraud scam.