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Litigation Support has established itself as the definitive work to the rapidly developing area of forensic accounting and financial analysis in dispute resolution.Adopting a practical approach, the book is divided into two parts. Part one provides a detailed insight into the way forensic accountants apply their skills to a variety of different types of litigation and dispute cases.
Part two serves as a general introduction to the process of dispute resolution through the Courts, through arbitration, and through other available forms of resolution. Detailing High Court procedures and court etiquette, to the role and the responsibilities of the expert witness under the Civil Procedure rules, this book provides all the relevant background information.
For added value, the appendix includes sample letters and documents, advice on the visual presentation of evidence, examples of settled claims and accounting and legal lexicons.The new edition has been substantially revised and updated to take account of the latest case law, legislation and court practice including: Wells v Wells; Prince Jefri v KPMG; The Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996; and the Woolf reforms