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Accounting and Business Valuation Expert Witness Articles

Accounting and business valuation expert witnesses can assist attorneys with a variety of cases. In these articles, read how expert witnesses have helped with cases concerning accounting errors, hotel liability issues, small business litigation and more.

  • Accountant Expert Witnesses - How Their Professional Rules Affect Their Testimony

    Accountant expert witnesses have certain professional rules that apply to both work and testimony or reports involved in the cases or claims that these accountants will work with and in which may change what will occur. These professional rules affect how the expert works and what he or she will progress through with the evidence.

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  • Accounting – Why and When a Forensic Accountant Is Needed

    Forensic accounting is a specialized form of accounting that is conducted by an expert in a particular field. It can be used in many applications and consists of a wide array of activities. The forensic accountant may testify in court as an expert witness.

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  • Expert Witness Explains Hotel Liability for Negligence of Franchisee

    Hotel owners and franchisees have a relationship that benefits the brand behind the hotel. However, when the franchisee engages in activity that may lead to litigation, the hotel could be liable for these actions and an expert witness may be needed for the court case.

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  • Expert Witness Explains Small Business Litigation with Big Business Economic Damages

    Small businesses operate under the fear that they will one day be sued. Today, someone can sue a company for nearly anything. Even if the plaintiff sues a business and does not prevail, there can still be a significant impact to the business that must defend against the claim. Often, significant economic damages may be alleged that rival the damages lodged against big businesses.

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  • Expert Witness: Business Owner Conflicts with Shareholders

    Conflicts between business owners and shareholders are not uncommon. The duties and direction between these two groups are often opposing. These conflicts are often more pronounced when dealing with smaller businesses. These businesses may not have as extensive oversight as publicly-traded companies do. Recognizing the adverse nature between the parties can provide an expert witness with the background to explain the conflict to a judge or jury.

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  • Forensic Accountant Expert Witness Evaluations of Lost Income

    Accountant expert witnesses are necessary for a number of monetary issues within a company, but forensic accountants have the ability to take apart the entire operation and understand the minutiae of the numbers much better. These professionals have tasks to evaluate lost income and discover where it has disappeared to and if the business is engaging in illegal activities.

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  • How Does an Expert Witness Help with Business Valuation?

    Setting up procedures that are used to determine and estimate the financial value of the interest of a business owned by a person is business valuation. It is used for the market and what may be used as a starting point in pricing for the sale of a company.

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  • Why Testimony of an Expert Witness Aids in Business Transactions between Companies

    Business transactions between companies are often complicated due to the amount of information that must be passed back and forth between them. There are certain associates that must coordinate the data and facilitate the transfer.

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