Benefiting all attorneys working with financial information related to ongoing business activities, litigation and transactional work. Chapter 1. Understanding Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS) and the Accounting Cycle Chapter 2. Understanding Balance Sheets: Assets, Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity Chapter 3. Balance Sheet Presentation Chapter 4. Income Statement & Its Importance Chapter 5. Statements of Income and Comprehensive Income Chapter 6. Statement of Cash Flows Chapter 7. Understanding the Statement of Cash Flows Chapter 8. Notes to the Financial Statements Chapter 9. Accountants As Fact and Expert Witnesses Chapter 10. Ethical Issues and Financial Data Chapter 11. Ethical Issues at the Intersection of Law and Accounting Chapter 12. Outline for Fraud and Financial Disaster: A Forensic Accountant's Overview Chapter 13. Fraud, Financial Reporting and Professional Accountability: New and (Re)Emerging Issues Chapter 14. Fraud: Protect Your Client & Business Chapter 15. Small Businesses, Trust and Internal Control Weaknesses Chapter 16. Purchase Price Disputes, How the Financial Expert Can Help You Avoid Legal Landmines Chapter 17. Current SEC Enforcement Actions, Accounting and Disclosure Issues Chapter 18. The Balance Sheet Chapter 19. Purchase Price Disputes, How the Financial Expert Can Help You Avoid Legal Landmines Chapter 20. Statement of Cash Flows Chapter 21. Statement of Cash Flows
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Book Description Practising Law Institute, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1402409257