ARTICLES - Litigation-Consulting - AN EXPERT WITNESS CAN MAKE OR BREAK A CASE - A visual approach for both the planning stage of the lawsuit and during testimony can help a CPA succeed on the witness stand.
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Journal of accountancy : publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. - Jersey City, NJ : Inst., ISSN 0021-8448, ZDB-ID 2193590. - Vol. 192.2001, 2, p. 37-44
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Corporate Governance - NYSE SETS AUDIT COMMITTEES ON NEW ROAD - The New York Stock Exchange proposed new listing standards for public companies that will change the makeup of audit committees, give committee members more authority and alter relationships with external auditors. Auditors and audit committee members should get the jump on these reforms, before the SEC approves them, by preparing to ...
Sweeney, Paul, (2002)
ARTICLES - Financial Reporting - A NEW SCORECARD FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY - FASB's new standards on business combinations identify intellectual property as intangible assets requiring a separate valuation apart from goodwill. Here's some guidance on how to spot potential accounting problems to ensure companies are not subject to SEC scrutiny after a deal is completed.
Donohue, James J., (2002)
LEGAL ISSUES - Stoneridge Ruling Deals a Serious Blow to Secondary Suits - Stoneridge might be the most important finance case the Supreme Court decides this year, extending a winning streak for business and Wall Street in shareholder class actions that began in 2004.
Vallario, Cynthia Waller, (2008)
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