Forensic & Valuation Services Conference 2019


This includes sessions from the conference: Forensic & Valuation Services Conference 2019

Standard: $459.00

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PE/VC Guide Update

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PE/VC Guide Update


Identification: FVC1922

Valuing investments is a critical issue for the private equity and venture capital industry. After more than five years of effort, the AICPA has published the final version of the Accounting and Valuation Guide, Valuation of Portfolio Company Investments of Venture Capital and Private Equity Funds and Other Investment Companies. This session will highlight the key concepts from the new guidance.

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Standard: $49.00

"Family Law in 2025"

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"Family Law in 2025"


Identification: FVC1924

This session will leverage Jonathan Wolfe’s nearly 20 years of ABA Section of Family Law leadership, and discuss the Section’s current areas of focus, and what the future of family law looks like in the coming years for clients, attorneys and experts.

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Standard: $49.00

A Look Into the Future of Blockchain Litigation

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A Look Into the Future of Blockchain Litigation


Identification: FVC1925

This discussion panel will provide insights on the developing regulation of digital assets and activities of various actors in the crypto markets, as well as the government enforcement and litigation landscape. It will also introduce the principal issues pertaining to digital token valuation, virtual asset accounting and emerging cyber risks in cryptocurrencies.

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Standard: $49.00

Investigation Report Writing (non R26)

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Investigation Report Writing (non R26)


Identification: FVC1926

Session covers investigation report writing, focusing on all other types of reports other than those required under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 26 (e.g., non-expert witness report). The session will review elements, visual aids, formats of reports, and will also cover the new forensic standard.

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Standard: $49.00

"Litigation in 2025"

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"Litigation in 2025"


Identification: FVC1930

This session will leverage Mr. Dowd’s nearly 20 years of ABA Section of Litigation leadership roles, and discuss the Section’s current areas of focus, and what the future of litigation may look like in the coming years for clients, attorneys and experts.

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Standard: $49.00

Following the Facts and Developing Insights: A Forensic Accounting Primer

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Following the Facts and Developing Insights: A Forensic Accounting Primer


Identification: FVC1927

In this session we will describe the fundamentals of forensic accounting and related investigations. Using real-life examples we will explore fraud schemes, methods of concealment and how forensic accounting can help answer questions such as who, what, when, where, why and how.

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Standard: $49.00

BUS COM Update - Valuation of Inventory

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BUS COM Update - Valuation of Inventory


Identification: FVC1929

Speakers, who include representatives from the AICPA Business Combinations task force, which is developing an Accounting and Valuation Guide on this topic, will update you regarding the latest developments regarding the inventory valuation section. This section was released for feedback in November of 2018 and it generated a number of comments.

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Standard: $49.00

TCJA: Where are We Now in Practice?

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TCJA: Where are We Now in Practice?


Identification: FVC1931

TCJA has been implemented for over a year. We will dive into the changes to valuation models as a result of the TCJA and what we have seen in practice. How are different folks handling various aspects of the change and which are more acceptable than others. Will also consider how to put it in practice.

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Standard: $49.00

The Unmentionables! How to Handle Bad Facts or Inadequate Data in an Expert's Analysis

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The Unmentionables! How to Handle Bad Facts or Inadequate Data in an Expert's Analysis


Identification: FVC1932

While not ideal, unfavorable facts or insufficient data are often an unavoidable reality in many cases involving an expert opinion. How an expert deals with these situations can make or break a case. This session will explore how to strategize with counsel in acknowledging and analyzing weaknesses in a case which may affect an expert’s analysis and opinions.

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Standard: $49.00

Impact of Economic Obsolescence on Valuations

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Impact of Economic Obsolescence on Valuations


Identification: FVC1934

ASC 820 Fair Value Measurements describes the cost approach to valuation as the cost to a market participant to buy an asset of comparable utility, adjusted for obsolescence. Financial valuation specialists in financial reporting often rely upon the work of experts in other disciplines, such as real estate appraisers. The financial valuation expert may encounter circumstances where the returns on assets may not be sufficient for the indicated value. In these circumstances, the financial valuation specialist and the real estate appraiser may consider the application of obsolescence on the fair value of the individual assets. In this session Mark will describe situations where application of economic obsolescence may be appropriate.

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  • Mark L. Zyla, CPA, ABV, CFF, Managing Director, Zyla Valuation Advisors, LLC
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