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Accountant as an Expert Witness: A Basic Guide to Forensic Accounting

by: The four co-authors are: Ronnie Hoffman (an experienced author, journalist and broadcaster), Warwick Finney (the PKF partner who runs the litigation support service), Phillip Cox (former President of ICAA and with extensive court experience as an expert w

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Publisher: CCH Australia,31.01.07

Category: LAW - Business & Corporate Level:

ISBN: 1921223715
ISBN13: 9781921223716

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'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.

Contents Includes:


  * 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


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      One book