By: David Debenham, LL.B., LL.M., MBA, CFI, CFE, CPA, CMA, ACIS, DIFA, MFAcc
An in-depth analysis of fraud as well as the latest tools and techniques
This book gives lawyers, accountants, internal auditors, and other investigators both an in-depth analysis of fraud, as well as the latest tools, techniques, and methods of handling internal or external fraud engagement. It will provide guidance in terms of documenting fraud, preparing evidence, conducting a fraud investigation, and acting as an expert consultant or expert witness in any eventual litigation or proceedings. It represents the latest thinking on each area of the process, written by a commercial litigation lawyer, trained as both a management accountant and forensic investigator, who has been involved in several prominent cases as the head of the fraud recovery team.
“The Law of Fraud and the Forensic Investigator is described as “the most comprehensive book on fraud, the law and investigation ever published” and there seems little reason to doubt it”
“…this book is a useful resource for the forensic investigation of fraud. Particularly helpful are the checklists, forms and precedents … Although it is intended for forensic investigators, it would be of benefit to anyone dealing with fraud investigations that are likely to go to trial. For those readers who are new to the subject, the book’s introduction provides a good overview by itself.”
Canadian Law Library Review” Vol 41 (2016) No. 2 pg 36
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By: Tommie W. Singleton, Aaron J. Singleton, G. Jack Bologna, Robert J. Lindquist
Get the latest tools in fraud auditing and get rid of fraud in your organization.
With the responsibility of detecting and preventing fraud placed directly on the accounting profession, you are responsible for recognizing fraud and learning the tools and strategies necessary to stop it. Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting, Third Edition shows you how to develop an investigative eye toward both internal and external fraud and provides crucial information on how to deal with it when discovered.
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By: Lal Balkaran
Over 1000 Entries of Key Terms, Phrases, Frameworks, Best Practices, Professional Bodies, Resources, Education, and Certifications from Around the Globe, here is a well-researched reference book on the language of enterprise risk management, corporate governance, and internal control. Cutting across many disciplines, entries have been researched and drawn from the worlds of accounting, actuarial science, auditing, banking, finance, insurance, management, mathematics, risk management, statistics, quantitative techniques, and information technology.
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By: Norman Groot
This book is a first of its kind in Canada, written to fill a professional and academic void. The growth of the private sector investigation industry in Canada is strong — especially in the corporate realm due to such concerns as the shrinking of public investigation resources, diminishing employee loyalty and therefore increased wrongful acts, an increase in the theft of corporate intelligence. This book is an attempt to provide a body of academic research for this growth industry.
The book is a useful reference text for those practising in the field of private sector investigations, for survey courses on the legal aspects of private sector investigations, and for lawyers, insurance adjusters, businesses and others who use investigative services. For all users of investigative services, this book provides an easy reference explaining the law as it applies to the private investigation industry. It gives the clients of private investigation services a basis to discuss with their investigators the methods used to obtain the results desired.
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By: Howard Levitt, BA, LLB
More than 5,900 cases cited! Available online in EmploymentSource, this resource is renowned for its current and practical guidance covering every relevant rule, topic and strategy essential to building and defending your dismissal cases. Updated regularly, it offers easy access to the latest legislation and case law governing this area of law.The author has represented both employers and employees in some of the most important cases during the past 30 years. He summarizes and condenses Canadian dismissal law in a way that allows you to get a strong analytical overview of each topic quickly and easily. Benefit from:
- A quick yet comprehensive analysis of the current rules and principles which the courts have developed for each problem
- Full analysis of all areas the courts have found to be cause for discharge
- Extensive charts setting out reasonable notice and resulting awards from across the country
- A checklist of 120 different factors the courts have found significant in determining notice periods
- In-depth discussion of the issues that arise regularly and not so regularly in dismissal cases
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By: Gerald L. Gall, O.C.
Professor Gall has provided us with an extraordinarily broad and comprehensive overview of our legal system. The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, P.C.Chief Justice of Canada From the Foreword: This highly acclaimed introductory work covers all aspects of Canada’s legal system and its legal institutions. Beginning with the nature and sources of Canadian law, the author examines the constitutional division of legislative powers, and the impact of the Charter on legislative authority. Separate chapters detail the role and hierarchy of the courts, the role of judges and lawyers, and the principle of stare decisis in shaping judge-made law with a special chapter on the Quebec legal system. The 5th edition has been completely updated, including significant additions to the sections on military law, changes to the provincial court structure (i.e., simplified procedures, case management, and court reform), incorporation of formal and informal ADR, and key charter and constitutional jurisprudence that continues to shape the law in Canada.
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