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Webinar Feature:

Back to Basics – What Every Restructuring Professional Should Know about Using Financial Documents as Evidence

 

Presented by: Young and New Members Committee

 

 

 
January 21, 2014
Time: 1:00 – 2:15 p.m. ET
Description:
In keeping with the theme of “understanding financial concepts,” this webinar focuses on how financial information should be presented in a litigation scenario. This is certainly not a topic limited to attorneys, as it is often financial advisors, investment bankers, accountants and other professionals who must support litigation efforts or serve as experts in eliciting testimony about financial documents. To provide restructuring professionals with a useful resource in understanding how to present financial documents as evidence, this webinar will offer the following:
  • A non-technical overview of rules of evidence applicable when analyzing and presenting financial documents for discovery or as trial evidence
  • Tips on presenting financial information and eliciting (or providing) expert testimony regarding financial documents.
Speakers:
Nicole Leonard, Moderator
McElroy Deutsch; Newark, N.J
Douglas Leney
Archer and Greiner; New Jersey
James (Jim) Nelson
AlixPartners; New York
Scott Van Meter
Berkeley Research Group; Houston, TX
Eric M. Winthrop
Houlihan Lokey; Los Angeles
 
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  ABI members - $50 each; $99 complete series

Non-members - $95 each; $250 complete series
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