Choosing the right valuation expert

Shanoff, Barry S.
July 1997
World Wastes;Jul97, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p12
Trade Publication
Presents tips for the selection of business valuation specialists in the United States. Willingness to serve as expert witnesses; Questions lawyers ask beyond credentials when interviewing valuation specialists; Cross examination of one's expert by opposing counsel.


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