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In Forensic Accounting, authors and industry specialists Niamh Brennan and John Hennessy present a comprehensive and systematic analysis of this growing practice area. Exploring the professional relationship between accounting and legal disciplines, they examine the critical contribution that accountants make to litigation and dispute resolution. In over 1000 pages it: * Clarifies the concept of forensic accounting within the Irish legal environment * Presents a detailed account of all areas where forensic accountants can add value * Examines the role of accountants in the prevention and detection of fraud * Examines the role accounting experts can play in the investigation of crime and the resolution of disputes * Outlines the diverse issues that forensic accountants consider when dealing with financial and other evidence * Explains how forensic accountants can assist in the calculation of damages * Uses case histories to illustrate the role of the forensic accountant.