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Transfer Pricing

Providing employees with stock options rewards their efforts for the success of the company.  Valuing employee stock options (“ESOs”) is therefore critical for determining appropriate compensation and for public disclosure, since ESOs are required to be reported on public company financials.

In an employment dispute, parties may disagree about the value of their stock option rights and obligations.  Valuing stock options often requires the application of complex option pricing techniques such as the Black-Scholes option pricing model.  Econ One experts are skilled in the application of these and related option valuation methods as well as explaining the valuation analysis to non-technical audiences.

Econ One economists and finance experts have performed stock option valuations in a variety of situations that required: reviewing and analyzing option contract terms; gathering all relevant data to value the options; valuing the options to account for their specific features, such as exercise terms and vesting requirements; and estimating potential damages, if claimed, based on measuring economic losses for the parties involved.