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Managing the Malpractice Maze.

"The AICPA management of an accounting practice committee issued Managing the Malpractice Maze, a guide to help practitioners cope with the explosion in malpractice litigation.

The book, by Mark F. Murray, JD, alerts CPAs to the full extent of malpractice litigation against accountants, addresses strategies for reducing the likelihood of claims and improves the chances of a successful defense if a claim is brought. It includes practical information such as identifying and screening high-risk clients, engagements and industries; drafting effective engagement letters; and choosing malpractice insurance carriers and policies best suited to the firm's needs. It also features a 10-step plan to follow when a claim is brought. The appendices include sample engagement letters and engagement checklists.

Managing the Malpractice Maze (product no. 090380) is available for $35 per copy. Call the AICPA order department at (800) 334-6961 [(800) 248-0445 in New York State].


The XIV World Congress of Accountants will be held in Washington, D.C., on October 11-14, 1992. Registration entitles the registrant and accompanying guest(s) to

* Plenary and concurrent sessions.

* Reception at the Smithsonian Institution.

* Business luncheons.

* Accounting business show.

* Tours.

* Evening entertainment featuring Maureen McGovern.

For details, write or call

AICPA Meetings and Travel Services

1211 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New York 10036-8775

Telephone: (212) 575-6451

Fax: (212) 575-3846; or

The XIV World Congress of


Registration and Housing Office

104 Wilmot Road

P.O. Box 825

Deerfield, Illinois 60015-0825

Telephone: (708) 940-2100

Telex: 255285

Telefax: (708) 940-2386
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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Aug 1, 1992
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