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Experts: When Do You Need One & Where Do You Get One? 2020

A dispute regarding the value of a business or business interest, other asset, or liability can often lead to litigation. When do you need a valuation expert? An independent, third-party expert is not necessarily required during the negotiation process although it may be helpful. Once you head to litigation, an expert is all but required. Are there credentials that are useful in identifying the appropriate expert? Are all credentialed experts the same or are there advantages to one over another? The process of selecting the right expert begins with identifying the issues in dispute. This webinar will help you by identifying and explaining key factors that you should consider in selecting an expert for your litigation circumstances.

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Webinar Faculty

Moderator:

John Levitske
John Levitske

John Levitske, CPA/ABV/CFF/CGMA, ASA, CFA, CFLC, CIRA, MBA JD serves as a business valuation, forensic accounting and damages expert witness, arbitrator, and advisor. He provides business valuation, forensic accounting, purchase… Read More

Panelists:

Greg Ansel
Greg Ansel

Greg Ansel joined Armanino in 2017 as a Partner in CFO Advisory Services and is in charge of the valuation practice. Greg Ansel previously founded Financial Strategies Consulting Group (FSCG),… Read More

Lee A. Gould
Lee A. Gould

Mr. Gould focuses on performing valuations of closely held businesses, lost profit and economic damages determination and forensic and financial accounting analysis. He has almost forty years of experience in… Read More

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Richard Claywell

Richard is a practicing Certified Public Accountant, and holds the additional designations of Accredited in Business Valuation, Accredited Senior Appraiser, Certified Business Appraiser, International Certified Valuation Specialist, Certified Valuation Analyst,… Read More

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