Estimating Damages in Litigation—Beyond Discounted Cash Flow

Estimating Damages in Litigation—Beyond Discounted Cash Flow

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Estimating damages in litigation and international arbitration relies heavily on the discounted cash flow (DCF) methodology. The DCF model, however, is not always the best approach. Featuring a distinguished panel of speakers including WilmerHale Partner Steven Finizio, this forum will examine alternative approaches that in some circumstances can lead to more accurate, robust results. The programme will also offer expert and litigator perspectives on the pros and cons of employing more- or less-sophisticated valuation techniques; help determine the most appropriate technique to use; and demonstrate how to present analyses in a clear and transparent manner.

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