Using Financial Statements in Legal Practice

13 Sep , 2022

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A working understanding of financial statements is critical for lawyers in transactions, disputes, employment, and finance. Using accounting and finance in legal practice is a skill that can be learned. This fast-paced program will provide a foundation in the basic financial statements and how they are used at the intersection of law and business. 

This 90-minute program will show you how to use the “language of business” in your practice.

Topics include:

The balance sheets

The income statements

The cash flow statement and notes

The traps and treasures in GAAP financial statements

Using financial statements in legal practice, including transactions and financing

Understanding and using EBITDA

Using financial statements in litigation

 

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