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November 2023 - Holding hands on the pavement
- 28 Nov 2023
Read the position that Justice Mostyn took in the case of Gallagher and Gallagher  EWFC 53.
August 2023 - The expert witness in the UK
- 31 Aug 2023
UK Courts place high expectations on expert witnesses in all disciplines: the privilege of giving opinions carries with it a weighty responsibility.
May 2023 - Your first Valuation newsletter of 2023
- 19 May 2023
Essential news and advice to support you in your work as a valuation practitioner. In this first newsletter of 2023, Andrew Strickland discusses the valuation of special share classes and the Worked Example Group exposure draft. We examine the case of OG and AG, as well as the valuation challenges or proprietary trading and market making.
November 2021 - The Case of FW v FH  EWHC 1338
- 19 Nov 2021
This divorce case gives an insight into the ways in which deal-based entities should be valued. It also has interest as we are shown glimpses of the methods adopted by three business valuers.
April 2020 - IVSC, Case Summaries and COVID-19
- 06 Apr 2020
In this edition we have some key information from the IVSC's Technical Standards board on valuations during periods of market uncertainty and also their Covid-19: research, analysis and data to support the valuation profession. We also have updates on a number of valuations cases and articles. This newsletter contains content from ICAEW, IVSC and Aswath Damodaran.
October 2019 - Corran and Butters  and Davies and Lynch-Smith 
- 30 Oct 2019
This article compares and contrasts two cases, one focused on an energy management company and the other on a car repair business. This newsletter contains content from ICAEW and Aswath Damodaran.
June 2019 – Uber’s coming out party
- 11 Jun 2019
After Lyft’s IPO on March 29, 2019, it was only a matter of time before Uber threw its hat in the public market ring, and on Friday, April 12, 2019, the company filed its prospectus. This article features content from ICAEW, Professor Aswath Damodaran, Family Law Week and BBC.
March 2019 – Wellesley Partners LLP and Withers LLP
- 27 Mar 2019
Withers LLP meets its Waterloo. This newsletter includes content from ICAEW and BDO.
December 2018 – The privatisation of Tesla: Stray tweet or game-changing news?
- 10 Dec 2018
The questions that have followed have been wide ranging, from whether Tesla is a good candidate for "going private" to the mechanics of how it will do so (about funding and structure) to the legality of conveying a market-moving news story in a tweet. This newsletter includes content from ICAEW and Professor Aswath Damodaran.
October 2018 – A client request for the ‘Too Difficult Tray?’
- 11 Oct 2018
Andrew Strickland discusses the Black Scholes option pricing as a means of developing coherent valuations for smaller and medium sized companies.
May 2018 – Instructions to expert valuers
- 02 May 2018
It is generally accepted that courts are very reluctant to over-turn the conclusions of expert determinations. There are however some rules of broad application. This newsletter includes content from ICAEW, Professional Indemnity Insurance and MOZ.
February 2018 – Wann & Ors v Birkinshaw & Ors
- 06 Feb 2018
The usual remedy in a successful action is the purchase of the shares held by the excluded shareholder, but in this case the outcome was surprising. This newsletter includes content from ICAEW, Kennedy Slaw and Colliers International.
December 2017 – Claims under warranties
- 15 Dec 2017
Two companies go to court over alleged warranty breaches in a takeover acquisition. This newsletter includes content from ICAEW, Company Valuation Services, Colliers International and Entrepreneur Europe.
October 2017 – The Hut Group Limited and Mr O Cookson and Anor
- 12 Oct 2017
In the first of two parts, consultant Andrew Strickland documents the events that unfolded after Cend Limited was sold to The Hut Group, who were then found to have falsified information. This newsletter includes content from ICAEW and European Financial Advisory Group.
June 2017 – Recent advances in estimation of the cost of equity capital
- 26 Jun 2017
Pengguo Wang, Professor of Finance and Accounting at the University of Exeter, looks at the recent research in cost of equity estimation.
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