Damages for FVS Professionals
This four-course bundle provides forensic and valuation practitioners an overview of all aspects of economic damages.
NASBA Field of Study
David Duffus, Jim Koerber, Roman Matatov
The COVID-19 pandemic is anticipated to leave a lasting impact with novel and unprecedented economic damages to individual, business, and intellectual property sectors. Each course within this four-course bundle targets different forensic accounting and valuation methods that may be used to quantify, qualify, and analyze economic damages for individuals, businesses, and intellectual property. These courses will aid forensic accountants and valuation professionals as they assume leadership and support roles moving into the future of economic recovery.
- Economic Damages in Business
- Economic Damages for Individuals: A CPA's Role
- Economic Damages for Individuals: Case Studies and Analysis
- Calculating Intellectual Property Infringement Damages
FREE for FVS section members.
- Valuation professionals, financial and forensic accountants who provide leadership and support to the business sector, particularly as it has been impacted by damages.
- Key components of economic damages analysis
- Five methods for calculating lost profits
- Legal issues related to economic damages
- Calculation practice using case studies regarding economic damages for individuals
- Define economic damages.
- Recall the types of economic damages that may be awarded to individuals.
- Calculate lost earnings, medical, household, and other expenses and what documentation is required for each.
- Identify common damages that will be calculated in personal injury, wrongful termination, and wrongful death engagements.
- Identify the four types of intellectual property, providing examples of each type, and the laws governing them.
- Apply guidelines for calculating commonly used infringement damages associated with each type of intellectual property.
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