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An essential guide to business valuation and bankruptcy
Business Valuation and Bankruptcy helps you-whether youare an accountant dealing with a troubled company, a lender, aninvestor, a bankruptcy and restructuring lawyer/financial advisor,or a private equity player-to focus on solving everyday and casedeterminative disputes when creditors, lenders, and debtors havediffering views of value.
Introducing valuation issues early on in therestructuring/bankruptcy process so you can plan accordingly, thisbook offers
Business Valuation and Bankruptcy is written in termsthat are common to bankruptcy professionals and is essential,timely reading for players in the bankruptcy and restructuringenvironment.
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Praise for Business Valuation And Bankruptcy
"For the restructuring lawyer or anyone else seeking a cogentand accessible exposition of the first principles of valuation andhow valuation issues fit in the bankruptcy process, this timely andclearly written book is the natural place to turn."
—Professor Douglas G. Baird, The University of Chicago LawSchool, Scholar in Residence for the American College ofBankruptcy
"There are no easy business valuation issues in bankruptcy.However, armed with this treatise, bankruptcy professionals andcourts can confront the valuation challenges in a thoughtful anddeliberate manner. I found this book a remarkable effort inaddressing the issues presented in distressed business valuations.The work is thoughtful, broad in scope, detailed in areas wherenecessary, and a substantial contribution to the literature. I wasespecially impressed that the book has much to offer to attorneys,judges, and valuation professionals. I highly recommend the work toany serious student of business valuations in bankruptcy."
—Professor Jack F. Williams, Georgia State University Collegeof Law, author, lecturer, and American Bankruptcy InstituteResident Scholar
"An excellent guide to the wide variety of valuation issues thatprofessionals face on a daily basis, in the insolvency world. Thiswork provides us with a wide range of analyses, taking us from theinitial stages of an engagement, determining a company's viability,up through the entire insolvency process. An essential tool for anybankruptcy professional"
—John Ames,Greenbaum Doll & McDonald PLLC,President,American Bankruptcy Institute (2007–2009)
"I have read several books on valuation principles and theory.Business Valuation and Bankruptcy is by far the bestwritten, best organized, and most approachable. The valuationmethodologies and theories are explained in plain language, and theinclusion of the application of those methodologies and theories tothe Bankruptcy Code and reported cases is immensely helpful. I haveasked our entire Business Reorganization Team to read BusinessValuation and Bankruptcy, and I intend to keep it handy as areference."
—Paul Steven Singerman, Berger Singerman, former chair of theFlorida Bar Bankruptcy Commitee
The bankruptcy process is not always well understood from apractical level by those making business decisions and evaluatingstrategic alternatives. Business Valuation and Bankruptcyhelps you—whether you are an accountant dealing with atroubled company, a lender, an investor, a bankruptcy andrestructuring lawyer, financial advisor, or a private equityplayer—to understand case-determinative issues whencreditors, lenders, and debtors have differing views of value. Itlets you understand the context of the issues and get far below thesurface of the analysis you will be making.
Introducing valuation issues early on in therestructuring/bankruptcy process so you can plan accordingly, thisbook offers:
A description of the life cycle of a troubled company and thevarious stages of a restructuring
An analysis of the valuation issues that confront practitionersin the real-world application of the law
Coverage of the key principals in practice
An in-depth look at the legal environment in which both thevaluation testimony is received and how the testimony is measuredto determine its admissibility
Written by practitioners who have practical experience in thecourtroom as experts and lawyers, as well as at the negotiatingtable, Business Valuation and Bankruptcy is packed with manyreal-life examples to demonstrate the applicable sections of thebankruptcy laws.
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