Tolley's Accountancy Litigation Support
Forensic accounting is a growth area for accountants and solicitors and is becoming more competitive. This text aims to give back-up information on the litigation process and includes information on personal injury, commercial disputes, insurance claims, matrimonial disputes and share valuations. Sample letters, reports and case studies are included to aid comprehension.
- 06 Dec 2005
- Lexisnexis UK
- London, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
Table of contents
"Commentary consists of ten parts:Part I Introduction to the Legal System. Part II The Expert Witness. Part III Rules, Preparation and Presentation of Evidence. Part IV Civil Procedure Rules. Part V Civil Dispute Resolution - Civil Litigation. Part VI Areas of Civil Dispute Resolution (including Loss of Earnings in Personal Injury Cases, Insurance Claims, Warranties and Indemnities, Professional Negligence, Intellectual Property, Share Valuations and Matrimonial Disputes). Part VII Alternatives to Civil Litigation (ADR and Arbitration). Part VIII Criminal Matters (covering fraud and money laundering). Part IX Tax Investigations. Part X Sources of Information."