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10 Guidelines to Meet Potential Legal Challenges

1.

Know the relevant professional standards

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Apply the relevant professional standards

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Know the relevant professional literature

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Know the relevant professional organizations

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Use generally accepted analytical methods

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Use multiple analytical methods

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Summarize the conclusions of the multiple analytical methods

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Disclose all significant analytical assumptions and variables

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Subject the analysis to peer review

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Test the analysis – and the conclusion – for reasonableness

Source: R.E. Figlewicz and Hans-Dieter Sprohge, “The CPA’s Expert Witness Role in Litigation Services: A Maze of Legal and Accounting Standards,” The Ohio CPA Journal, July-September, 2002, p. 35

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