Handling Business Valuation, the Most Common and Complex Divorce Tax Questions, and Double Dipping Issues
About this Program
Join the Honorable Matthew F. Cooper, David Aronson and Ronald J. Klein for this lively discussion on how to handle business valuations. The three presenters come together in this great program to explain one’s role as an expert and also how an attorney can effectively work with an expert in order to achieve the best outcome for his or her client. Ronald Klein offers his unique perspective as an expert to shed light on how they can behave in order to aid their clients. They all collaborate to explain the detailed nuances of business valuation and other things that need to be reviewed, and they explain how valuation works in divorce cases and tax issues that come along with these situations. Don't miss this exciting program, that even offers the invaluable perspective of an actual judge who hears these types of cases.
I. The Expert’s Role
II. Who Retains the Expert?
III. Standards of Value
IV. Enhanced Earning Capacity
V. Cash Flow
Great seminar! Very useful and informative!
Materials were good. It would be helpful to get a few definitions for some of the terms used to further help with understanding the material. However, this is a minor request and could be done on our own. Great seminar!
Very collegial and practical. Good stuff.
The Judge is a riot - love him!
Excellent speakers. The first time I didn't say to myself "I could have done a much better presentation."
Very well done.
Good discussion on enhanced earnings capacity.
this is one of the best Lawline courses I have seen. These 2 can really teach their material.
Best CLE I have taken. Terrific analysis by Mr. Klein and Mr. Aaronson,
Excellent discussion about experts.
It was informative.
this was a wonderful experience
program quite good
Recommend for Attorney's practicing in NY/NJ - for other attorney's it is good information but may not be relevant.
very informative and well presented
Very pleased with the overview
great info and practice tips