Business Evaluation Conference
BIRMINGHAM, MI – Linda M. Watson, Member in the firm’s Litigation group, will co-present alongside Brian Bakker, CPA, CFA, Senior Manager, Stout, at the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants’ (MICPA) Anti-Fraud Issues and Litigation | Business Evaluation Conference on May 21, 2019 in Troy, MI. The presentation, “An Omniscient View: Expert Witness Cross-examination,” will provide an interactive experience to learn tops on surviving cross examination by understanding the expert’s position in the case, the role of the redirect, closing arguments, and more. The conference is comprised of a full day of sessions which will provide insight on fraud, investigations and litigation.
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Linda M. Watson’s practice covers all areas of business and commercial litigation, including supply chain matters, contracts actions, employment claims, warranty disputes, business torts, property issues, construction, intellectual property, trade secrets, and copyright and trademark law. Linda has significant experience in the following industries: automotive, manufacturing, health care, information technology, entertainment and banking. Linda also serves as corporate counsel for companies providing advice and counseling on business and legal matters.
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