All Forensic Litigation & Valuation Posts

Fair Value Measurement: The Mandatory Performance Framework

The world of valuation has at times been plagued by divergence in practice, which creates a level of confusion among those who are considered the audience for valuation opinions. 
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Forensic Litigation Valuation Services Senior Associate Alonzo Rojas Earns ABV® Accreditation

Whitley Penn is pleased to announce that Alonzo Rojas has earned the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV®) credential by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
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Amanda Stephens Earns CFE Credentials

Whitley Penn is pleased to announce that Amanda Stephens has been awarded the globally preferred Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential.
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New Inventory Valuation Guidance: No Change or Game Changer?

he American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) is in the final stages of developing a new Accounting and Valuation Guide on Business Combinations.  Because of diversity of practice, the task force decided to carve out the chapter dealing with fair value measurement for inventory assets.
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Autumn Kraus Receives Women in Business Award

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Whitley Penn Announces Firm Promotions - July 2019

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Justin Blok & Walter Bratic named as Leading Expert Witnesses on the IAM Patent 1000

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Are Small Companies More Risky Than Large Companies?

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Buy-Sell Agreements: Concluding Thoughts

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Aaron Ballard Named to the 2019 National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts 40 Under Forty

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FLVS Managing Director Robert Allen Earns ABV Credential

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Buy-Sell Agreements, Part 6: How Will the Value be Determined?

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Buy-Sell Agreements: Does the Buyout’s Funding Mechanism Impact the Value?  

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Buy-Sell Agreements: What to Value, the Whole Company or a Partial Interest

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Buy-Sell Agreements Part 3: When Should the Value be Measured?

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Buy-Sell Agreements: What Type of Value Estimate is Required?

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Does Your Buy-Sell Agreement Raise More Questions Than it Answers?

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Jamie Burress Joins Whitley Penn in the Houston Office

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What Family Lawyers Should Know About the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) was one of the most sweeping changes to the tax code in the last 30 years. Here is what you should know to help your clients understand how the TCJA will affect them.
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