BVR Launches BVLaw - New Service for Law Firms and Business Appraisers


Business Valuation Resources, LLC, is pleased to announce the launch of Business Valuation LawTM,  a new Web-based information service for attorneys and business appraisers involved in business valuation-related litigation or legal review.

BVLaw™ is the first central, fully searchable repository for all valuation cases and summary digests.  BVLaw™ legal analysts identify, track and collect published decisions from the courts in all 50 U.S. states and federal jurisdictions - including the Delaware Chancery Court and the U.S. Tax Courts.   All areas of business valuation law are covered and all decisions are concisely distilled into efficient abstracts that save attorneys and appraisers valuable time and money. 

Subscribers can use Quick, Advanced or Browse by Topic search tools to quickly find required case law materials.  Search results clearly identify what valuation issues were before the court and what factors won the case for the appraiser and attorney.  Regular BVLawTM Alerts keep subscribers informed of developing case law. 

 “It's impossible to practice business valuation without knowing the relevant case law. That's why we created BVLaw™,” remarked BVR President, Lucretia Lyons.  “Our unique collection of case law and our proprietary approach to case classification eliminate the need for expensive, time-consuming searching through bigger information services like LexisNexis and Westlaw.  BVLawTM helps appraisers and attorneys track critical business valuation case law precedents while dramatically reducing their legal research bills.” 

The BVLaw case law collection covers economic damages, lost profits, estate and gift tax, divorce, shareholder repression, partnership dissolution, securities litigation and a wide array of other topics.  Cases date back to 1925 and include all "landmark" decisions in areas such as discounts for lack of marketability, control premia, the effect of taxes in S Corporations, embedded capital gains taxes, reasonable certainty of lost profits calculations, standards of value in divorce, statutory fair value appraisals, goodwill valuation, reasonable compensation, and more.

Unlimited access to BVLawTM is just $329 per year.  Free trials and site licenses are also available. 

For more information, contact: Randy Cochran at randyc@bvresources.com / 503-213-3799 , or:

Visit:  www.businessvaluationlaw.com 

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