Official Description

6.5 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

This course provides a comprehensive overview of litigation matters as they relate to the valuation of businesses and/or economic damages. Emphasis is placed on quantification and valuation approaches used in such situations as personal injury and wrongful death, matrimonial disputes, intellectual property damages, construction losses, business interruption and expropriation.


Supplementary Information

35 hours of in-class instruction; 30 hours of reading, assignments and case studies.

Topics Covered

  • The role of the valuator and the law
  • The engagement process
  • Matrimonial disputes
  • Intellectual property damages
  • Torts and personal injury damages
  • Construction losses
  • Business interruption insurance claims
  • Expropriation

Learning Outcomes

The course is designed to enable you to:

  • Gain a sound understanding of the interaction between law and business valuation
  • Engage in the litigation process
  • Serve as a witness
  • Apply quantification and valuation approaches to various situations, such as personal injury, matrimonial disputes, business interruption, and intellectual property damage.

Applies Towards the Following Programs


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