Students are required to attend online seminars. The timetable for classes is available at www.timetables.mq.edu.au
TEXTS AND MATERIALS
Recommended Reference Books:
Filler, M & DiGabriele, JA 2012, A quantitative approach to commercial damages applying statistics to the measurement of lost profits, 1st edition, Wiley, Hoboken, N.J. (full text available online: https://multisearch.mq.edu.au/permalink/61MACQUARIE_INST/1c87tk9/alma99244736063802171)
Guralnick, M, 2020, Formulas for Calculating Damages, Second Edition / ABA Book Publishing.
Covell, L.& P., 2018. Covell & Lupton Principles of Remedies 7e 2018.
Luntz, H., 2017. Assessment of damages for personal injury and death: General Principles / Harold Luntz. Sydney: Butterworths.
Crain, M., Hopwood, W., Pacini, C., Young G. 2015. Essentials of forensic accounting. Wiley.
Crumbley, D., Heitger, L., Smith, G. 2017. Forensic and Investigative Accounting (8th Edition), Wolters Kluwer. ISBN: 9780808046240
Hoffman, R., Finney, W., Cox, P., Cooper, K. 2013. The Accountant as an Expert Witness: A Basic Guide to Forensic Accounting, 2nd edition, CCH Australia.
There will be supplemental readings and materials available on the unit website.
TECHNOLOGY USED AND REQUIRED
Students are expected to be proficient in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Knowledge of Macquarie University iLearn - for downloading lecture materials, etc. Knowledge of the library.