Valuation of Intellectual Property and Intangible Assets, 2004 Cumulative Supplement
The 2004 Cumulative Supplement includes a new chapter entitled New Challenges for the Expert Witness. The chapter provides a discussion of the important Daubert and Kumho cases heard in the U.S. Supreme Court. Expert witnesses in the fields of valuation and economics may well be faced with challenges to the admissibility of their testimony, based on how well it measures up to the application of the "scientific method." Professionals will benefit from the juxtaposition of the Daubert principles and the traditional methods for developing valuation and damages opinions.
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Chapter 4A NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN ACCOUNTING
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