This course provides a comprehensive overview of litigation matters as they relate to the valuation of businesses and/or economic damages. Emphasis is placed on quantification and valuation approaches used in such situations as personal injury and wrongful death, matrimonial disputes, intellectual property damages, construction losses, business interruption and expropriation.
Day & Time: Wednesdays 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.; Saturdays 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Regular Course Fee: $1,495*
McGill Alumni Fee: $1,271*
Course duration: 35 hours in class plus approximately 30 hours of readings and assignments
Continuing Education Units (CEUs): 6.5
* Fees for non-credit courses apply
This course is part of the Professional Development Certificate in Business Valuation. For more information, click here.
If you wish to register for an individual course without being admitted to the program, please click here for registration instructions.
- The Engagement Process
- Torts and Personal Injury Damages
- Matrimonial Disputes
- Intellectual Property Damages
- Business Interruption and Expropriation
- Construction Losses
Richard M. Wise, FCPA, FCA, FCBV, FASA, FRICS, MCBA, CVA, CFF, CA•IFA, CFE, TEP, C.Arb.
Partner, Valuation and Litigation Support
For information regarding tuition payment please refer to: Student Accounts
Third Party Billing
If you have an agreement with your employer whereby the company should be billed directly for your course fees, please refer here for instructions on initiating a Third Party Sponsorship.
Course Drop/Withdrawal Policy
- Any time prior to the 1st class: Course Drop Period with Full Refund.
- After the 1st and before the 2nd class: Course Drop Period with Refund minus $20 fee.
- After the 2nd class: Course Withdrawal with No Refund.
E-mail: pd.conted [at] mcgill.ca