This Bloomsbury Professional book provides detailed coverage on forensic accounting and financial analysis in dispute resolution. Fully updated to all the latest information on this complex area, the book is split into two sections. 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 and will be relevant to those instructing expert accountants as well as practicising accounting experts. Part two serves as a general introduction to the process of dispute resolution through the Courts, arbitration and other available forms of resolution. The editors and other contributors have acted as experts and advisers in a wide variety of commercial disputes. This book reflects their experience and insight and provides all the relevant background information that a practitioner requires from High Court procedures and court etiquette to the role and responsibilities of the expert witness under the Civil Procedure Rules.
Part I Technical aspects
Part II Legal procedure and practice administration