I recently received my first issue of a new newsletter, Dunn on Damages: The Economic Damages Report for Litigators and Experts. Dunn on Damages is published by Jim Hitchner’s Valuation Products & Services, and is a noteworthy addition to the valuation-related literature.
Jim Hitchner provides an overview of the publication:
This one-of-a-kind litigation journal is published quarterly and is a must-read for attorneys, CPAs, economic damages experts, and business appraisers. The editor-in-chief is noted author and attorney Robert Dunn, who has written Recovery of Damages for Lost Profits (sixth edition), Recovery of Damages for Fraud (third edition), and Winning with Expert Witnesses in Commercial Litigation.
Joining Bob to write for this premier publication is a noted panel of experts including Bob Schubert, Bob Lloyd, Bill Norman, Michael Kaplan, Ralph Summerford, Michael Ueltzen, Richard Wise, Michael Wagner, Everett Harry, Jim Hitchner, Marcie Bour, Darrell Dorrell, Brian Brinig, Vince O’Brien and Mike Crain.
And Robert Dunn, editor, follows on:
This stellar panel of attorneys and financial experts is from all areas in which economic damages are claimed. Together we will fill what I believe is a void in the economic damages area: in-depth analysis, practical advice, and commentary on important and controversial subjects. This new publication will give our readers information that goes far beyond what can be included in my book, Recovery of Damages for Lost Profits. We will draw from the law the practical applications that are crucial for litigators and experts alike. We will look for implications for litigators and experts that may not be apparent and that others have overlooked. We will also emphasize current developments and current hot issues in economic damages.
What I can tell you is that the two articles in the first edition were worth far more than the year’s $199 subscription price.
I quoted Brian Brinig’s article, “Achieving Reasonable Certainty in Quantifying Lost Profits Damages,” in a case the week the newsletter arrived, and was informed significantly in the same matter by Robert Lloyd’s “Damages for Breach of Contract – How Long is the Recovery Period?”
You can order Dunn on Damages here. If you are working in business damages and lost profits areas, or intend to do so, this publication is an accessible and helpful tool. Buy it. I did.