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Called to Account

Paul Croft and Jacqueline Woods lead the Forensic Accounting team at BRI Ferrier, providing forensic accounting, expert witness and business valuation services. Going beyond the binary, Jacqui and Paul apply their forensic lens to topical issues to serve up practical insights and fresh perspectives on all things forensic accounting. Tackling issues including directors’ duties, insolvent trading, business interruption, shareholder oppression and post-acquisition disputes, they call to account the broader commercial and board room implications of matters that come across their desks.

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Episode 6: Putting a value on privacy

Jacqui and Paul investigate our personally identifiable information might be valued in a litigation context. They provide some context as to the scale and cost of data breaches before presenting a framework and evaluating options for putting a value on our privacy in class actions involving data breaches, theft and/or misuse.


7 Jun 2021

Rank #1

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Episode 5: Directors and the Safe Harbour provisions

In this episode, Paul Croft is joined by Hannah Griffiths, Head of Restructuring and Insolvency at Gilchrist Connell, who shares some key insights about eligibility, evidentiary and other considerations pertinent to directors who may be looking on the Safe Harbour provisions. She also explains how the COVID-19 Safe Harbour provisions differ to the standard Safe Harbour provisions, and along the way, manages to smash a misplaced myth about Safe Harbour.


10 May 2021

Rank #2

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Episode 4: Quantifying business interruption losses from COVID-19: accounting issues to consider

In this episode , Jacqui and Paul give an overview of the status of COVID-19 related business interruption insurance claims, highlight how issues of causation and proximity may impact damage quantification, the possible ramifications of the recent UK Supreme Court judgment and muse on the additional information potential claimants may need to produce to support their loss claims.


26 Apr 2021

Rank #3

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Episode 3: Anti-phoenixing legislation: impacts for directors and other stakeholders

In this podcast, Paul Croft talks to Marc Rossi, Restructuring, Insolvency and Recoveries partner at Hicksons, about what the new anti-phoenixing legislation means for directors and other stakeholders, particularly if they are to avoid falling foul of the new legislation.


12 Apr 2021

Rank #4

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