November 23, 2020

10 Common Errors in Business Valuation and How to Effectively Cross-Examine These Issues

Experts from Marcum LLP provide participants with insight on 10 common errors that are made in valuations so that they can identify these issues in opposing expert reports and effectively cross-examine opposing experts on them. After watching, attendees should be able to identify weaknesses in their own experts’ valuations so that they can plan on how to address these issues before their experts are cross-examined by opposing counsel.

Panelists: 

Kenneth J. Pia, Jr. CPA, ABV, ASA, MCBA, Marcum LLP
Kenneth J. Pia, Jr. is a partner and the leader of the Business Valuation Industry group. With more than 30 years of professional business valuation and litigation support experience, Mr. Pia has developed a national reputation working on a wide range of complex valuation engagements. He has performed valuations of businesses and partial business interests for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to, family law matters, employee stock ownership plans, business damages, buy-sell agreements, shareholder litigation, estate and gift tax matters, and buying and selling businesses. Additional valuation services include reasonable compensation analysis for tax and non-tax assignments.

Elizabeth Ciccone, ASA, Esq., Marcum LLP
Elizabeth Ciccone is a director in the Advisory Services practice. Ms. Ciccone specializes in matrimonial litigation and collaborative and non-adversarial divorce. She has also performed valuations of business interests for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to, business damages, shareholder litigation, and estate and gift tax matters.

Vladimir Korobov, CPA, ASA, Marcum LLP
Vladimir Korobov is a partner in the Valuation and Litigation Support Services group. He has more than 20 years of experience providing business valuation, litigation support, and financial analysis services. Mr. Korobov has performed valuations of business interests for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to, family law matters, estate and gift tax, fairness opinions, transactions, solvency determination, employee stock ownership plan formation and updates, financial reporting, and litigation. The subjects of his valuation assignments have included entire enterprises and partial business interests, preferred and debt securities, portfolios of assets, derivative instruments, and intangible assets.

Please note: The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for attending.

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