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March 25, 2020

From the May/June 2018 issue of BCC Advisers Litigation & Valuation Report

When a business sells or “spins off” one of its business units, adjustments may be needed to reflect changes in the newly independent company’s relationship with its former parent. This article highlights three control-related issues that may require valuation adjustments: management, intellectual property and transfer pricing.

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March 24, 2020

BCC's M&A team shares how business owners can stand out from others when taking part in a competitive auction process to obtain a desired acquisition.

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March 19, 2020

From the March/April 2017 issue of BCC Advisers Litigation & Valuation Report

Valuations are often based on estimates of expected cash flow made by a company’s management. It’s important to evaluate whether expected cash flow seems reasonable and appropriate given the purpose of the valuation. This article explains how forecasts and projections differ — and why choosing the wrong type of prospective financial statement can have a big impact on value.

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February 20, 2020

From the November/December 2017 issue of BCC Advisers Litigation & Valuation Report

Intellectual property (IP) is often among a business’s most valuable assets. The value of IP typically comes into play when IP rights are infringed or when selling the asset or the entire business. In this article we provide an overview of how IP is valued under the relief from royalty method.

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February 6, 2020

From the January/February 2018 issue of BCC Advisers Litigation & Valuation Report

Business interruption insurance can provide much-needed cash flow when a hurricane, flood, fire or other disaster strikes. This article explains how an outside financial expert can help during the claims process, allowing the owner of the damaged business to focus on recovery efforts.

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January 9, 2020

From the March/April 2017 issue of BCC Advisers Litigation & Valuation Report

The terms “fair value” and “fair market value” are sometimes used interchangeably. To a business valuation professional, however, they have very different meanings. This article explains the IRS definition of fair market value and how it’s used as a starting point for determining fair value in shareholder disputes and divorce cases. A sidebar shows how the meaning of fair value differs in a financial reporting context.

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January 7, 2020

From the M&A Information Series - (January 2020)

Business owners often need to agree to a combination of alternative forms of consideration when selling their business to maximize valuation and get the desired transaction completed. Let's talk about various forms of consideration.

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December 13, 2019

BCC Advisers is anticipating a very busy next few years, says the company's president, Steve Jacobs. Here he shares BCC's outlook for M&A in 2020.

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November 18, 2019

From the M&A Information Series - (November 2019)

“Deal Fatigue” – the frustrated feeling that arises when negotiations drag on for an extended period of time. What causes it, what are the effects on a deal, and how can it be avoided, minimized or dealt with when it does occur?

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October 17, 2019

From the BCC "Baton" - Volume 15, Issue 2

Creating an employee stock ownership plan presents many unique benefits and risks for a company. In this article we discuss two advantages for ESOP-owned companies when growing through acquisitions.

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