Business does not always go as planned. When a vendor breaches their contract to supply key parts, a lender reneges on their loan commitment, or a fire decimates a central distribution facility, the impacted business may have grounds to seek compensation in the form of the profits it would have earned had everything just gone smoothly. In order to successfully win (or defend against) any such claim, one must compile and analyze certain types of documents and information, understand and apply appropriate methodologies, and present their case in a manner consistent with that which the court or trier of fact requires. In this webinar, the expert panel discusses the circumstances that warrant lost profits claims, key considerations for both the claimant and defendant, and how such claims will ultimately be evaluated.
Max Stein, a member of Boodell & Domanskis, LLC, is a business litigator focused on meeting clients’ business objectives, helping them resolve disputes at the most opportune times. Max represents… Read More
John Levitske, CPA/ABV/CFF/CGMA, ASA, CFA, MCFLC, CIRA, MBA, JD He previously was the founder of Ankura’s Business Valuation Dispute Analysis practice and a member of their Global M&A Disputes team.… Read More
Mr. Pakter focuses on financial analysis, forensic accounting, economic damages, valuation issues and investigations. He has experience in financial forensics, determining lost profits, business interruption claims, earn-outs, analyzing financial transactions… Read More