Financial, business and accounting issues are at the heart of many legal problems. This nationally-acclaimed seminar goes well beyond traditional “debit and credit” to offer you a refreshing perspective and simple solutions for wading through complicated rules, terminology and analysis. As John Moore points out in introducing the course, “Half of what I tell you I know because I’m an accountant. Half I know because I practice law every day.”
Discover how common business transactions are summarized in financial statement form. Use Moore’s proven methods for working effectively with statements offered by your client, your opponent, experts. . . even your firm’s accountant. The practical illustrations used throughout the day will shed new light on accounting concepts as they are applied to legal issues.
A carefully constructed series of informative aids will assist you in the prevention and detection of financial statement manipulation and Moore’s simple, but insightful checklists will help you analyze a complete set of “time value of money” concepts.
This program makes sense of the role and scope of accountants’ services and reports as they are pertinent to legal practitioners.
The comprehensive course materials are carefully designed with numerous checklists and worksheets to help you make your practice more effective and self-assured.
♦ Using accounting, finance and business terminology effectively when drafting and negotiating
♦ Utilizing accounting concepts and practices to resolve legal problems
♦ Detecting financial statement manipulation
♦ Reviewing case studies to reveal hidden pitfalls in financial statements
Tuition includes a digital copy of the speaker's materials. Course materials are not available for separate purchase.