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NOVEL - "INCENTIVE"
1. Forensic - defined by
Webster: “Belonging to, used in, or suitable to courts of judicature
or to public discussion and debate.”
2. We define a forensic accountant as an expert who deals with the
relation and application of business and/or financially related facts
to legal problems.
3. Simply stated, Dirk von Guenthner is a trained accountant who has
provided support in litigation matters since 1976 in hundreds of cases.
4. The forensic accountant is able to understand and provide input
to the procedures followed in litigation, for example:
a. Review the Complaint and Answer;
b. Guide counsel with details on how the case should be organized
with avenues to take to reach the objectives on a cost effective basis;
c. Draft Requests for Answers to Written Interrogatories;
d. Draft Requests for Production of Documents;
e. Draft Requests for Admissions;