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Product Type: Course Materials - Print
ISBN: 978-1-55258-682-2
Pages: 68
Price: $100.00

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Lawyers' Use of Financial Statements-2010

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Current to: March 2010

This book is essential for: corporate/commercial lawyers and business litigators at all levels of experience; they will also be of interest to family law practitioners. 

Every corporate/commercial lawyer and business litigator must be able to understand and use financial statements to serve business clients more effectively. In this book, you will learn about basic accounting concepts and what financial statements reveal about a company, including its performance and viability. You will also learn what financial statements do not tell you. Primarily through the use of examples, you will learn how to analyze financial statements and how financial statements can be falsified. Basic valuation concepts are also presented, including a discussion on why the financial statements of a company may not be indicative of its fair market value.


Course Materials Coordinators
Spencer Cotton, CA, CBV — 
Blair Mackay Mynett Valuations Inc., Vancouver
Kiu Ghanavizchian, MBA, CA, CBV — Blair Mackay Mynett Valuations Inc., Vancouver

Cheryl Shearer, CA, CFE
 Blair Mackay Mynett Valuations Inc., Vancouver



Course Materials Coordinator Spencer Cotton
Course Materials Author Cheryl Shearer, CPA, CA, CFE, CFF

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