Category Archive: Appraisal/Valuation

Dec 30

General Cable Settles with SEC and DOJ for $82.3 Million

General Cable Corporation announced that it has entered into a joint settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and Department of Justice (“DOJ”) for a total payment of $82.3 million to address investigations into violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) and separate allegations regarding financial restatements. In 2014, General Cable voluntarily …

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Sep 02

Virtual Reality Will Change the Way Juries View Evidence

A recent article available at www.digitaltrends.com describes how virtual reality may soon allow jurors to explore crime scenes as they actually appeared.  In the article, Dr. Mehzeb Chowdhury, a researcher in forensic science and criminal investigations at Durham University in the U.K.m describes his MABMAT robotic imaging system as capable of capturing every detail of an …

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Aug 21

Lochte Likely Loses Much More Than His Wallet in Olympics Debacle

After the last Olympics, Ryan Lochte enjoyed a nice run of endorsements deals, reportedly enjoying over $2 million from a host of well known brands.  However, after the highly publicized recent Olympic debacle in which he allegedly destroyed property and then claimed to have been robbed, it is likely that he will not enjoy a …

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Apr 04

The Results Are In For the 2014 AICPA Trends in Forensic and Valuation Services Survey

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (“AIPCA”) recently released the findings of its most recent Survey on International Trends in Forensic and Valuation Services (“Survey”). The Survey polled 443 professionals, including 55% who worked in public accounting and/or consulting firms. The remainder were professionals working in business and industry, education, law enforcement, and government. …

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Feb 19

New Standard of Value for Appraisal under Louisiana Law

Louisiana has changed the applicable standard of value in its new Louisiana Business Corporations Act. Under the law, shareholders have a right to avoid the effects of certain corporate actions by selling the shareholder’s shares to the corporation, paid in cash.  Under certain circumstances more fully described in the bill, shareholders have such rights in …

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Dec 19

Forty Under 40 Honored by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts

Forty “rising stars” in the field of business valuation and forensic accounting were recently honored by The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (“NACVA”). Following a nationwide examination of practitioners in the field, the NACVA named its “Forty Under 40” list of top, up-and-coming valuation experts. The honorees exemplified the founding principles of the NACVA, …

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Sep 02

Performing a Valuation with Limited Information

A recent Appeals Court decision addressed what level of evidence is required to demonstrate business value in a divorce proceeding. In Hugh v. Hugh, 2014, the wife in a divorce proceeding filed a cross-appeal on a number of issues, including the trial court’s failure to value her husband’s business (“E-Tech”). The Appeals Court agreed that while …

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Mar 14

FASB wants to hear from stakeholders on fair value measurements

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (“FASB”) is requesting input from stakeholders regarding FASB Statement No. 157, Fair Value Measurements, (“157”).  157 provides a single definition of fair value, establishes a framework for measuring fair value, and expands disclosures about fair value measurements. A Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF)  review team found that some investors were struggling to understand the use of …

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Mar 04

Crossing the Valuation Gap on Private Equity Transactions

Pepperdine University’s recently released Private Capital Markets Project (“PCMP”) reveals some interesting statistics derived from their survey of the current marketplace for privately-held business sales.  One of the key topics is how a failure to come to terms on valuation conclusions often prevents deals from closing.  For instance, investment bankers surveyed report that a valuation …

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Feb 19

How Much is Michael Worth?

The IRS is taking serious issue with Michael Jackson’s estate over the value of various assets upon which taxes are due.  According to a recent article in the Los Angeles Times (“LAT”), there is over a billion dollar discrepancy between the value reported by his estate after his 2009 death and the amount concluded by …

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