Lost Profits in Commercial Litigation: Proving and Defending Damages
Leveraging Calculation Methodologies, Documentation and Expert Evidence
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide litigators with an overview of how financial experts quantify lost profits to help them understand the framework, bases and aspects of lost profits damages calculations. The panel will explain how to use this approach to prove or defend against a lost profits damages claim.
- Framework for lost profits damages
- Quantification of lost profits damages
- Presentation of lost profits damages
- Defending against lost profits damages
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What is the latest case law on lost profits damages?
- What evidence and documentation are necessary to prove and defend lost profits damages claims?
- What methodologies can be used to establish lost profits damages?
D. Mitchell McFarland
Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr
Mr. McFarland takes complex business cases to trial and handles them successfully. His practice covers complex... | Read More
Mr. McFarland takes complex business cases to trial and handles them successfully. His practice covers complex commercial litigation, products liability claims, construction litigation and personal injury litigation. He was named a Texas Super Lawyer in Business Litigation and he is a frequent speaker on business litigation and lost profits claims and has published several articles on those issues.Close
Jeff W. Spilker
Hill Schwartz Spilker Keller
Mr. Spilker specializes in financial forensics, economic damage analysis, and real estate and business valuation.... | Read More
Mr. Spilker specializes in financial forensics, economic damage analysis, and real estate and business valuation. He leads the firm's real estate consulting and construction advisory practice. He has provided expert testimony on more than one hundred matters involving financial and valuation issues in federal district court, United States bankruptcy court, and arbitration settings.Close