Bise Business Advisory helps businesses solve problems, serving as an expert resource for the unexpected.

Bise is experienced in business valuation, restructuring, intermim management and litigation support.

Expert Witness Services

As a consulting or testifying expert, I assist counsel by assessing the merits of client positions, formulating discovery requests, analyzing discovery production, financial data or damage information, preparing or assisting in depositions, and helping in settlement negotiations. Read some of our newsletters on this topic below.
If Thy Brother Wrongs Thee
Family squabbles can hurt a business, and sometimes a court has to bring a final resolution. This can be avoided if you have the right agreements in place up front.
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They Cheated, They Lied
Supervisors at CT Freight are caught working for their old boss against the interests of their employer. The court made them pay. Read more-->

Dodge v. Ford
Henry Ford’s guests at his son Edsel’s wedding included John and Horace Dodge, good friends and owners of 10% of the stock in Ford Motor Company. The day after the wedding, the Dodge’s sued Ford. Things got ugly. Read more-->

Expert Witness and Litigation Support

In complex cases requiring expert financial analysis, I can help. Read more-->

Settlement in Stockholder Suit
I was pleased to participate in a recent settlement of a shareholder suit on behalf of plaintiffs. The resolution involved a stock repurchase valued at $200 million. 

Business Interruption Claims
After storms and other disasters, companies trying to settle business interruption claims face significant hurdles. An expert can help assess loss and document claims. Read more-->

On Whiskey and Clear Communications
Soggy Sweat, a Mississippi legislator in the 50s, delivered a classic "uncompromising" speech in the State House about his position on legalizing alcohol. Learn from Soggy when choosing an expert for analysis and counsel.

Court Rules Fair Value Isn't Always Fair
A recent decision by the Superor Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, may have far-reaching implications involving litigated business valuations.
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