Lost Profits Calculations: Methods & Procedures

Part 1 of BVR's Webinar Series on Damages Essentials
Friday, October 8, 2010
12:00am-2:00am PT • 3:00am-5:00am ET
Robert P. Gray and James O'Brien

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  1. Many jurisdictions consider which methods of measurement when a lost of a business is alleged to be caused by the wrongful act of another:

  1. Treatment of the income stream differs in lost profits analysis versus business valuation analysis by:

  1. Research into industry or economic outlook in a lost profits analysis is:

  1. The most common starting point for a lost profits calculation is:

  1. The "yardstick method" is closest to which valuation technique:

  1. The analytical technique most often used by economist for determining lost profits is:

  1. In establishing revenues, which step is recommended after establishing a growth rate and quantities not sold:

  1. Coastal Fuels of Puerto Rico v. Caribbean Petroleum Corp. and Montage v. Athle-Tech both clarified uses of which method of growth rate determination:

  1. Which two court decisions were highlighted as an acceptance on the part of courts of the market model:

  1. Which of the following factors should be considered when selecting calculation and analysis methodologies?

  1. Courts are increasingly looking to financial experts to serve which party:

  1. Lost profits calculations should include which of the following:

  1. In a situation in which there has been an immediate destruction of the business, which type of analysis should an expert look to perform:

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