The Forensic Valuation Conference serves the niche of CPAs involved or interested in business valuation, litigation support and forensic accounting. This conference features concurrent sessions and content to appeal to all levels, from entry-level to experienced professionals. The conference will bring the leading national speakers and regional experts together to present to local CPA’s on a wide variety of topics. The conference features national speakers and regional pricing. The best value in the mid-atlantic region.
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Martin’s West, 6817 Dogwood Rd Baltimore, MD 21244-2608
Speaker: Jim Hitchner, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA
Will Include a Summary of the Impact of
The New Tax Law on Business Valuation
In addition to the impact of the new TCJA on BV, this session will include NEW concepts, data, models, trends, and methods in such areas as the capitalized cash flow method, discounted cash flow method, cost of capital, S corps, calculations, court cases, and cross-examination.
Speakers: John Borrowman
Hiring qualified BVFLS professionals is always a challenge. This session leverages the expertise of John Borrowman, a leading recruiter with over two decades helping practices nationwide navigate those challenges. John will share insider perspective on how to attract, measure and hire. There will be useful takeaways for large, small and even part-time practices.
Speaker: Chris Rosenthal
Damages experts play an important role in commercial litigation matters, including claims for lost profits, and provide valuable skills, expertise and experience to attorneys. An expert’s report can be a foundation for the client’s damages case and an important factor in the outcome of the litigation. An effective written expert report will augment the attorney’s legal arguments about whether the plaintiff suffered damages and will be an important basis for educating the trier of fact about the reasons for either accepting or rejecting the plaintiff’s lost profits claim. Join our speakers for an understanding of the legal requirements related to an expert report, especially for federal matters.
Speaker: Valentina Midura
Speaker: Ron Seigneur
This session will focus on practice management tips and tactics for improved efficiencies and profitability within a Business Valuation and Forensics practice.
This session will provide an overview of the cannabis industry, including landmark case law, recent legislative activities, and the evolution of the industry as more state and local jurisdictions implement some level of licensed cannabis business activity. Valuation of cannabis dispensaries, cultivation operations and related license rights will be addressed, focusing on the nuances and risk assessment required. The discussion leader will also touch on the lessons learned from over 10 years of working with cannabis businesses ranging from appraisal and litigation matters to income tax compliance and internal control issues.