Johnston Tobey Baruch provides representation in disputes involving accounting malpractice, auditing malpractice, and tax malpractice in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The firm evaluates compliance with professional standards relating to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS), and other established professional standards.
Johnston Tobey Baruch attorneys are well versed in accounting practices and bring an understanding of economic and financial principles that enable them to work effectively for their clients. Our attorneys have effectively handled a variety of accounting malpractice cases across a broad spectrum of industries.
Accounting malpractice can arise in auditing processes as well as tax advice and IT consulting. Our attorneys work with each client to understand the scope of each specific case and combine that with their extensive knowledge of the professional standards and principles of the accounting industry.
When it comes to dealing with any form of accounting malpractice, Johnston Tobey Baruch will work hard to handle your case and, when possible, recover financial losses.
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