This is the last issue of our Valuation and Litigation newsletter for 2022. In this issue, you will find information regarding the importance of policy language in business interruption claims, the value of human capital, fraud in M&A transactions and a case study of an estate planning attorney being sued for undervaluing a family business.
Article topics include:
- Why policy language is critical in business interruption claims
- Human capital: What’s it worth?
- Focus on fraud in M&A transactions
- Sullivan v. Loden: Estate planning attorney sued for undervaluing family business
As always, if you have questions or currently in need of valuation services, please reach out to John F. Maloney, CPA, CFF, CVA, ABAR at 215.675.8364.
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