International forensic files newsletters

Mazars' International Forensic Files is a litigation support and arbitrage information letter. This letter allows us to inform you of the range of services that Mazars is able to offer in these very specific professions.

International Forensic Files - no.6

Litigation
This edition has articles from South Africa, Hong Kong and the UK, covering a range of topics including maritime disputes, mediation, alternative dispute resolution, matrimonial forensics and also an article from our new Director, Pavla Hladká, who heads up our team in Prague.

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International Forensic Files - no.5

Litigation
In this issue, we have articles from the UK on the new Bribery Act, from the US on electronic data, from Japan on fraud risk conditions and from France on healthcare disputes. As ever, I am convinced of the wider application of the issues explored than simply in the countries who have penned them.

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International Forensic Files - no.4

Litigation
This is the fourth issue of Mazars' litigation support and arbitrage information letter. This letter allows us to inform you of the range of services that Mazars is able to offer in these very specific professions.

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International Forensic Files - no.3

Litigation
This is the third issue of Mazars' litigation support and arbitrage information letter. This letter allows us to inform you of the range of services that Mazars is able to offer in these very specific professions.

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International Forensic Files - no.2

Litigation
This is the second Mazars litigation support and arbitrage information letter. This letter allows us to inform you of the range of services that Mazars is able to offer in these very specific professions.

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International Forensic Files - no.1

Litigation
This is the first newsletter from our international forensic and investigation services team. In each issue, we will address topical matters that are impacting our forensic teams around the globe. In this edition, we focus on France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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