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Other People's Money: Financial Issues in Litigation

A Presentation by the OCBA Business Court and Counsel Committee

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Date Published

February 28, 2021


Oakland County Bar Association


Business Law, Tax Law


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Attorneys need to understand the financial statements involved in their client's litigation in order to properly advise them during business disputes. This program provides a primer for identifying and understanding basic types of financial documents. Topics of discussion will include:

- fundamentals of financial statements and supporting accounting records
- analyzing financial and accounting documents for key information
- common disputes relating to business valuation
spotting issues for further analysis or assistance
- where to look for fraud or suspicious activity
- tips, traps and tax implications of settlement agreements

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Stephen J. Dunn

Stephen J. Dunn is the founder of Dunn Counsel PLC. He was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan and a graduate of... Read More

Michael P. Herzoff

Michael P. Herzoff is a member of the firm Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA where he practices in complex civil... Read More

John A. Hubbard

John A. Hubbard leads the litigation practice at Hubbard Snitchler & Parzianello PLC. He specializes in civil litigation... Read More

Bruce Knapp

Bruce Knapp is a Shareholder and Practice Leader of the Valuation and Litigation Support Group at Doeren Mayhew CPAs and... Read More

Kenneth F. Neuman

Kenneth F. Neuman is the founding shareholder of Altior Law, and specializes in complex commercial litigation, real estate... Read More

Jonathan B. Frank

Jonathan B. Frank (Moderator) received his B.A., with distinction, from Stanford University in 1982 and his J.D., cum laude,... Read More

Martha J. Olijnyk

Martha J. Olijnyk (Moderator) focuses her efforts in the areas of business and commercial litigation, including complex... Read More

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