Negligence & Liability Archives - Page 6 of 6 - Emile Woolf writes

The European Commission must be called to account

The subject of Europe polarises any otherwise rational debate.  Obsessional prejudice, whether pro or con, induces deafness and drives out reason.   More inflammatory even than party politics (where spin and expediency have blunted the ideals), passions over Europe (the Union, not the continent) have taken on the trappings of a belief system, susceptible to […]

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Spicing up the Audit Report will end in tears

A study of the evolution of the form and content of UK audit reports over, say, the past 50 years would make nostalgic but intriguing reading because it would at the same time reflect changing public and investor expectations of the audit function.   Under the Companies Act 1948 audit reports were required, positively, to […]

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“What the expert witness expects of his legal team”

Having acted as an accountancy expert in a wide range of disputes over nigh on 25 years, I recognise the critical nature of the relationship between expert and legal team in ensuring the smooth running of the litigation process from start to finish. It is obvious that like-minded personalities, particularly if they have worked together previously, have […]

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