ACCTG 375D Bankruptcy and Insolvency
Forensic accountants are often engaged to evaluate and present financial information related to financially troubled businesses. These professional services can be undertaken to assist management or other responsible individuals or organizations as part of the bankruptcy process or other less formal debt restructuring environments. This course will assist students in understanding the implications of these types of assignments including consideration of relevant law, business practices, and the role and responsibilities of the forensic accountant. Based on real-world case studies. Students should expect to exercise professional judgment and demonstrate effective writing skills. Prerequisite(s): ACCTG 372 or consent of the dean.
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