'The Accountant As An Expert Witness' is a 200 page book on forensic accounting. It is a practical guide to help prepare any qualified accountant who may need to appear as an expert witne
* Assists in preparing adequately for the possibility of court appearances as well advising on court rules and guidelines once called
* Soft cover A5-sized book can be easily taken to meetings, courtrooms and universities
* Comprehensive contents and index sections are essential for quick reference at need
ss in a court or before a tribunal or forum. It would also be of use to legal practitioners who retain/train accountants for such appearances as well as for students studying forensic accounting courses.
* Chapter one: Introduction - a need for expertise 'The world of the accountant continues to expand'
Appendix: Federal Court's memorandum and guidelines
* Chapter two: Overview 'A road map of dispute-resolution territory'
* Chapter three: Instructions to act - receiving, appraising and acknowledging instruction
* Chapter four: The report
* Chapter five: A credible witness
* Chapter six: The Family Court - where the rules are sometimes different
Appendix: Family Law form for a financial statement, rules in respect of expert evidence, special guidelines for expert conferences
* Chapter seven: Phases of change - to both role and approach
* Chapter eight: Case Studies