Confidential Communications Between Accountant and Client….. 6:92

Fisher v. Kletz (S.D.N.Y. 1967)—An Accountant Who Makes a Representation Believed to Be True but Subsequently Found to Be False May Be Liable in Deceit for Failure to Disclose the Truth…..17:125

If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going, You’ll End Up Somewhere Else: Applicability of Comparative Fault Principles in Purely Economic Loss Cases…..49:589

Ryan v. Kanne (Iowa 1969)—Accountants Are Liable to Third Parties for Negligent Misrepresentation when Both the Nature of the Transaction and the Group to Which the Third Party Belongs Are Known to the Accountant…..20:411