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Valuation dates in a litigation context | FVS Section podcast

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The valuation date is a point in time at which a business or business interest is being valued. The valuation date can vary based on the type of engagement and by jurisdiction for litigation engagements. For example, most states use the current date or date of trial for a divorce, but some use the date of filing or the date of separation. In this episode of the FVS Section Podcast, Karolina Calhoun and Hubert Klein discuss the importance of valuation

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