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Author Telpner, Zeph.

Title Expert witnessing in forensic accounting : a handbook for lawyers and accountants / by Zeph Telpner and Michael Mostek.

Published Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2003.

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 UniM Giblin Eunson  657 TELP    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiii, 345 pages ; 25 cm.
Series Expert witnessing.
Expert witnessing.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Forensic Accountant 1 -- 1.1 A Forensic Accountant as Expert Witness or Consultant 1 -- 1.2 When the Forensic Accountant Should Be Hired for Litigation Matters 3 -- 1.3 Where to Find an Expert Forensic Accountant 3 -- 1.4 Must the Accounting Expert Witness Be a CPA? 4 -- 1.5 How to Determine Whether the Right Forensic Accountant Has Been Selected 5 -- 1.6 How the Expert Prepares for and Responds to the Initial Interview by the Lawyer 6 -- 1.7 What a Curriculum Vitae Should Contain 7 -- 2 Accounting Expert Witness 15 -- 2.1 Introducing the Attorney to an Accounting Expert Witness 15 -- 2.2 Relationship between the Attorney and the Accounting Expert Witness 17 -- 2.3 Legal Qualification of the Accounting Expert Witness 22 -- 2.4 Daubert 25 -- 3 Expert's Job Engagement Letter 27 -- 3.1 Importance of a Job Engagement Letter 27 -- 3.2 Examples of Job Engagement Letters 28 -- 4 Where to Begin 39 -- 4.1 Begin with a Philosophy and Knowledge of Forensic Consulting and Expert Witnessing 39 -- 4.2 Making of a Successful Accounting Expert Witness 41 -- 4.4 Petition, Interrogatories, Requests for Production of Records, Motions, Orders and Depositions 43 -- 4.5 Basic Concepts and Techniques 45 -- 4.6 Expert's Work Begins 53 -- 4.7 Interrogatories 58 -- 4.8 Water Purchase Contract Seneca-Racine Exhibit A 62 -- 4.9 Deposition of Plaintiff's Expert 67 -- 5 How to Continue 69 -- 5.1 Discovery 69 -- 5.2 Deposition of the Expert Witness for the City of Racine 70 -- 5.3 Issues 94 -- 5.4 Work Program 94 -- 5.5 Working Papers 95 -- 5.6 Expert's Report 95 -- 6 Substance versus Form and the Nonfactual Fact 109 -- 6.1 Most Important Concepts of Forensic Accounting and Expert Witnessing 109 -- 6.2 What Causes Testimony or Reports to Be Rejected? 111 -- 6.3 What Are Issues? 111 -- 6.4 What Is the Significant Issue? 114 -- 6.5 Nonfactual Fact 116 -- 6.6 Deposition of Michael James 118 -- 6.7 Understanding Simple and Basic Accounting 131 -- 6.8 Commentary 136 -- 6.9 Knowing and Understanding Facts Means Issues Will Resolve Themselves 139 -- 7 Effect of the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine 209 -- 7.1 Preface to the Attorney Reading This Chapter 209 -- 7.2 Attorney-Client Privilege 209 -- 7.3 Work Product Doctrine 222 -- 7.4 How Privilege and Work Product Protection Can Affect the Decisions and Work of the Expert 231 -- 8 Research Sources for the Expert 233 -- 8.2 Nothing But the Facts 234 -- 8.3 Filling in the Background 234 -- 8.4 Do You Yahoo? 235 -- 8.5 Don't Do It Yourself 236 -- 8.6 Corporate Files 236 -- 9 Expert's Written Report 239 -- 9.1 Requirements for a Report 239 -- 9.2 Writing of the Expert's Report 240 -- 9.3 Analyses of Reports 243 -- 9.4 Using Experience from Previous Cases 260 -- 10 Expert's Testimony 273.
Other author Mostek, Michael S.
Subject Forensic accounting -- United States.
Evidence, Expert -- United States.
ISBN 0849308984 (alk. paper)