Expert Witnessing in Forensic Accounting
Selected readings from experienced practitioners and leading academics developed to provide practical advice to consulting and expertizing accountants, and the attorneys that engage their services. Topics are wide-ranging, from tips on courtroom attire to legal theories underlying Daubert, and include: testifying do's and don'ts; first-hand suggestions for case preparation, management, and success; roles of expert as consultant and witness; anticipation of varieties of Daubert challenges and cross-examination techniques; understanding independence, methodology, reporting, and advocacy; deposition and cross-examination strategies; and considerations regarding priviledged information and communications.
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