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Book Review Done and Events Coming Up

Posted on February 25, 2016 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Recently, I had the opportunity to work with Robert Cimasi and  Todd Zigrang, leaders of Health Capital Consultants, to review a recent two-volume series they published called "The Adviser's Guide to Health Care, 2nd edition."  The review was published in www.quickreadbuzz.com and I go into details.  Practitioners and established national law firms contributed to the publication.  In short I recommend the book from these two thoght leaders ... who happen to be leading the ASA's new healthcare program.

In addition to writing that review, this week I was asked to review Jim Hitchner, Shannon Pratt ad Jay Fishman's collaboraticve book.  This book  gotten a fair amount of positive comments.  I will post that review in the blog and QuickRead and/or BVR may run the review.

Later in March 2016 I will team up with Nancy Peterman of Greenberg Traurig and Michael Pakter to present the Day1 and Day 2 week long Bankruptcy, Reorganization and Insolvency course offered by The Consultants Training Institute.

Later in April 2016 I will host a NACVA event either in Chelan or Seattle, I am looking for speakers and am thinking about having a 1/2 day event to cover a case review, the top 10 Business "Divorce" Cases in 2015, a segment on calculating economic losses in a PI case, and another segment on partnership valuations/ If you can recommmend anyong please call me.

Finally, in May 2016 I will be attending the Murphy Business broker Conference in Reno, NV.


Data Analysis with Microsoft Excel by Berk & Carey

Posted on May 12, 2014 at 7:05 PM Comments comments (0)

Another book in the proverbial plate to review is Data Analysis with Microsoft Excel by Berk & Carey.  Wow!  This is a book that Sheldon Cooper from the Big Bang Theory might find interesting and useful to detail the information from observations made using his linear particle accelerator. Ha!  In all serousness, it looks like a good read and useful information one can incorporate into the practice.

Economics for Money Managers by Farnham

Posted on May 12, 2014 at 7:05 PM Comments comments (0)

I will be reviewing Economics for Money Managers by Paul G. Farnham in the next few weeks. This is exciting stuff ... only a geek could love!  That is me.