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See below for a selection of the latest books from Accounting law category. Presented with a red border are the Accounting law books that have been lovingly read and reviewed by the experts at Lovereading. With expert reading recommendations made by people with a passion for books and some unique features Lovereading will help you find great Accounting law books and those from many more genres to read that will keep you inspired and entertained. And it's all free!

Accounts for Solicitors 2019/2020

Accounts for Solicitors 2019/2020

Author: Professor Lesley King, Jacqui Kempton Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 04/07/2019

Legal Regulation of British Company Accounts 1836-1900 Volume 1

Legal Regulation of British Company Accounts 1836-1900 Volume 1

Author: J. R. Edwards Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 10/08/2016

In the UK today the form and content of accounts published by limited companies are closely regulated. In the 19th century the position was different: the popular view was that such matters were for private negotiation between owners and management. Nevertheless, there was a great deal of discussion of the need for regulations, which were actually imposed in a number of areas. This book provides readers with the essence of the many debates that took place, the conclusions reached and the action taken to regulate company accounts.

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Fundamentals and Practices

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Fundamentals and Practices

Author: Marcus Goncalves Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 30/07/2016

This expert guide to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) provides a brief overview and history of the FCPA, while also describing the fundamental purpose and requirements of the law. Enforcement and penalties are also discussed. Many real-world examples are provided of FCPA violations and actions along with information on tools and services available to prevent corruption. The book also includes helpful appendices containing a pocket guide to FCPA as well as additional mini-case studies and a glossary of terms.

Accountants' Negligence and Liability

Accountants' Negligence and Liability

Author: Simon, QC Salzedo, Tony Singla Format: Hardback Release Date: 30/04/2015

Accounting firms can be held liable for the full amount of losses of a collapsed company even if they are only partly to blame. Accountants' Negligence and Liability is the only title on the market to provide all the information needed fully to analyse potential liability in this field of practice. It covers statutory and non-statutory audits, tax advice, specified procedures reporting, due diligence reports and corporate finance reporting. It also looks at difficult legal issues including the scope of losses for which the accountant may be liable with detailed reference to case law as well as money laundering and regulatory issues. Limitation and contributory fault are considered with special reference to accountants' cases. The book is fully up to date, including discussion of the Audit Regulation and the Audit Directive coming into force in June 2016. Case law coverage is comprehensive. The authors have referred to every significant reported accountancy case in the English courts and included the most important commonwealth cases as well. There is full discussion of the difficult issues in this area of law including the recoverability of trading losses and the defence of ex turpi causa. The significance of Caparo v Dickman is fully explained, as is the controversy surrounding Galoo v Bright Graeme Murray. An original analysis is offered of the interaction of these cases with SAAMCO and of the controversial decision of the House of Lords in Stone & Rolls v Moore Stephens.

Legal Regulation of British Company Accounts 1836-1900 Volume 1

Legal Regulation of British Company Accounts 1836-1900 Volume 1

Author: J. R. Edwards Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/11/2013

In the UK today the form and content of accounts published by limited companies are closely regulated. In the 19th century the position was different: the popular view was that such matters were for private negotiation between owners and management. Nevertheless, there was a great deal of discussion of the need for regulations, which were actually imposed in a number of areas. This book provides readers with the essence of the many debates that took place, the conclusions reached and the action taken to regulate company accounts.