write-up,n.1. A memorandum of a conference between an employer and an employee, usu. held to discuss the employee’s poor work performance or a disciplinary action against the employee. 2. A publication (such as a newspaper article) about a particular person, thing, or event.
write-up,vb. Accounting. To increase the valuation of an asset in a financial statement to reflect current value. • With a few minor exceptions, this is generally not permitted.
[Blacks Law 8th]