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|Professional's Guide to Value Pricing
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Author: Ronald J. Baker
This guide contains detailed information on value pricing consulting, revenue management through value pricing, electronic commerce pricing, and the relationship between total quality service and value pricing. It examines the profitability of alternative pricing methods and discusses write-downs, self-esteem, and price psychology. Explaining how to stop undervaluing services, it evaluates which customers to keep and which to take on. A companion CD-ROM contains all the essential checklists and sample agreements.
|Contracts for the Film & Television Industry
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Author: Mark Litwak
This is an invaluable collection of sample entertainment contracts along with discussions of the concepts and terms contained therein. Completely revised and greatly expanded -- including 20 new contracts -- the second edition of this popular and essential handbook is the ultimate entertainment-law source of independent film makers, who, armed with this book can save themselves thousands in legal fees. Contains 62 contracts covering: depiction and copyright release; literary submission and sale; artist employment; collaboration; music; financing; production; distribution; merchandising and retainers.
|The WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement: A Commentary (Oxford Commentaries on International Law)
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Author: Edwin Vermulst
The book provides an analytical overview of the WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement. The Anti-Dumping Agreement is often perceived as being the most technical and most controversial WTO agreement. The book explains both basic concepts and more advanced interpretations by leading WTO members in a relatively non-technical manner.
|How to Start Your Own 'S' Corporation, Second Edition
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Author: Robert A. Cooke
Everything you need to know about forming an S corporation or limited liability company
This new Second Edition of How to Start Your Own S Corporation provides small business owners with the real facts about forming an S corporation. Newly updated, this one-of-a-kind guide tells you everything you need to know on the subject, with step-by-step guidance, savvy insider tips, and a wealth of hard-to-get information on S and every other type of corporation your business may qualify for.
This Second Edition updates the many changes in income tax law since the original publication, including the expansion of the allowed number of stockholders, the new rule that S corporations can own subsidiary corporations, new rules for medical expense benefits, and new IRS rules for LLC classification. The Second Edition of How to Start Your Own S Corporation includes:
*Up-to-date information on recent changes in tax law affecting S corporations, LLCs, and stockholder rules
*The latest updated IRS forms
*Clear explanations of the advantages and disadvantages of S corporations, LLCs, partnerships, C corporations, and other legal forms of business
*Straightforward expert advice on choosing the business form that's right for your goals and income level
*A detailed plan for setting up your corporation and finding affordable professional assistance
*Dozens of eye-opening, real-life examples
*New information when tax law changes at www.robertcooke.com
So, whether you are thinking about starting your own business or you already own a small business, the Second Edition of How to Start Your Own S Corporation will give you all the insider information you need to take full advantage of current tax law.
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|Expanding the Boundaries of Intellectual Property: Innovation Policy for the Knowledge Society
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Many countries have already agreed to accept minimum standards of intellectual property protection and enforcement. But how much control should innovators exercise over their creative works or inventions? This new collection of essays analyzes and develops this issue, which has assumed considerable importance in our new knowledge-based economy.
|Economic Approaches to Intellectual Property Policy, Litigation, and Management
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Over the past century, the value and importance of intellectual property has grown rapidly worldwide. While it is crucial for companies to successfully manage their intangible assets, they face difficult questions in attempting to navigate the complex business and legal environment that surrounds IP rights.
Economic Approaches to Intellectual Property Policy, Litigation, and Management discusses real-world tools and strategies at the forefront of economic thinking about many of today’s most prominent intellectual property issues. Co-edited by Dr. Gregory K. Leonard and Dr. Lauren J. Stiroh, this book is an anthology of 23 articles by economists associated with NERA, whose analyses have played a crucial role in numerous landmark legal and regulatory cases. The chapters explore topics ranging from the valuation of IP damages to intellectual property rights protection in China and the antitrust implications of standard setting and patent pools.
The book addresses such key questions as:
How should the owner of IP rights be compensated when those rights are violated?
What role should antitrust and competition policy play in intellectual property matters?
How can companies more accurately assess their R&D investments and strategies?
Should emerging economic powers implement and enforce more stringent intellectual property rights?
Economic Approaches to Intellectual Property Policy, Litigation, and Management should prove to be of interest to economists, lawyers, policy makers, executives managing IP portfolios, and law and business schools
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|Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert (2002 Supplement)
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Author: Roman L. Weil
Litigation support services is a relatively new lucrative service for CPAs. Small, medium, and large firms are all looking to develop in this area. This handbook supplement enables accountants to enhance their litigation skills, including the finer points of their roles in trial preparation and testimony presentation, deposition, direct examination, and cross-examination.
|The Complete Guide to Spotting Accounting Fraud & Cover-Ups: Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply
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Author: Martha Maeda
In 2009, high-profile fraud cases like the Ponzi schemes of Bernard Madoff and Arthur Nadel vividly illustrated the harm done to investors who placed their trust in these apparently successful money managers and then discovered their money had never been invested at all. News stories featured 90-year-olds forced by necessity to work in supermarkets, elderly people losing their homes because their life savings were gone, and wealthy retirees suddenly unable to pay their electricity bills. Charities were forced to curtail their services, lay off staff, and even close their doors forever as their funds evaporated. Almost every day, there are stories in the media about dishonest employees who have robbed their organizations of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Not so well-publicized are the countless smaller thefts occurring every day from cash registers, warehouses, and business bank accounts. Sadly, the organizations that have the most to lose — small businesses, family-run companies, churches, and charities — are often the most vulnerable because of their size and inexperience.
According to the Association of Certified Fraud Exaiminers, accounting fraud cost more than $994 billion in 2008, and the average organization lost 7 percent of its total revenue to fraud. How can you prevent this from happening to you as an investor, business owner, or a person attempting to acquire or merge with another firm? Read The Complete Guide to Spotting Accounting Fraud & Cover-Ups and you will be able to understand, detect, and avoid accounting fraud.
You will learn how to identify fraud, how to spot minor abnormalities that may hide fraud, how to spot forgeries, and how to prove your case, as well as what to immediately suspect and methods for uncovering scams. You will know what signs to look for, including excessive turnover of lawyers and auditors, changing professionals in the middle of a transaction, inconsistent information, and significant declines in stock prices.
In addition, you will know how to recognize the common maneuvers, earnings manipulation, premature and fictitious revenue, overvalued assets, undervalued liabilities, bogus revenue, expenses that have been shifted to another period, overstating revenues, understating expenses, and the misuse and misdirecting of funds.
This new book is filled with studies and discussions of fraud cases and how they could have been avoided, checklists for detecting accounts misdeeds, and advice from analysts, CFOs, and CPAs. This manual will be an indispensable aid for serious investors, industry pros, acquisition and merger managers, and small business owners alike. After reading this book you will no longer have to worry about accounting fraud and you can increase your company’s profits.
|Downsizing: Law and Practice With Supplement
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Author: Ethan Lipsig
|Business Law: The Ethical, Global, and E-Commerce Environment
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Author: Jane P. Mallor
Mallor, Barnes, Bowers and Langvardt's "Business Law: The Ethical, Global, and E-Commerce Environment, 14e" is appropriate for the two-term business law course. The cases in the 14th edition are excerpted and edited by the authors. The syntax is not altered, therefore retaining the language of the courts. As in recent previous editions, the 14th edition includes a mix of actual and hypothetical cases.
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