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Technical to a T: Explaining Audit Malpractice to Triers of Fact

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Michael Braverman and Christopher Ekimoff write that to triers of fact adjudicating audit malpractice cases, understanding the rules governing how auditors practice, Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, can seem like trying to decipher a foreign language. Armed with an understanding of GAAS and how they are applied in practice, attorneys can focus their strategy on elements of audit malpractice claims that will ring true with judges and juries.

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