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Date: Thursday, January 31, 2019
Time:
10:00am-12:30pm PT / 1:00pm-3:30pm ET
Format: A BVR Webinar

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Featuring  (click image for bio)

Adam  Lawyer
Dixon Hughes Goodman
Robert Davis
CPA
Dixon Hughes Goodman
Stephen Dietrich
Holland & Knight
Joseph Roesner
The Fontana Group

About This Program

The dealership industry is changing rapidly and there are many new opportunities, challenges, and disruptions on the horizon including autonomous vehicles, increasing regulatory oversight, changes in consumer demographics and purchasing behavior, and increased manufacturer involvement and control over dealer operations. And, like many other businesses, disputes occasionally arise between owners, employees, manufacturers or competitors that can have an adverse impact on business operations. These factors present numerous financial, legal and economic considerations for determining dealership value and quantifying potential damages arising from disruptions or disputes. 

Join experts Adam Lawyer, Robert Davis, Stephen Dietrich, and Joseph Roesner to go under the hood and learn more about the current environment of auto dealership valuations, damage claims frequently occurring within dealerships, and the impact on the economics of dealership operations. The presentation will include insights, discussion, and examples among our presenters about valuation and damage considerations you should be aware of that are unique to the dealership industry.

Agenda

  • Introduction and overview
    • Methods unique to auto dealership valuation
    • Current industry valuation trends
    • Franchise rights background
    • Allocation of blue sky
    • Legal documents and key considerations in buy/sells
    • Contract disputes
    • Types of rights to equity holders under typical contracts
    • Sales effectiveness and dealer incentives
    • Geographic area assigned to a dealership
    • Market studies and economic data
  • Examples/Round Table Discussion
    • Presenters will discuss several first hand examples they’ve seen in the dealership industry regarding unique circumstances impacting valuation and dealership economics leading to potential damages

Learning Objectives

  • List the issues valuation analysts should consider when valuing a dealership in today's environment
  • Identify franchise rights and considerations unique to franchise rights versus enterprise goodwill
  • Identify key areas of dispute in buy/sell transactions and shareholder disputes
  • Describe the types of rights that may be available to partners or minority equity holders under typical contracts and under law
  • Articulate factors impacting a dealership economics and market participation, such as new points in an area, manufacturer required sales effectiveness, etc. 

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CPE Information

Prerequisites: Knowledge of Business Valuation
Program Level: Advanced
Preparation Required: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
Recommended CPE: 3 Credit Hours (Accounting Technical)

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