Ex-SEC Accountant Urges Better Disclosure
- accounting for change. Peterson, Eric // ColoradoBiz;Jun2002, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p12
Profiles Paul B.W. Miller and Lynn Turner as accounting professionals in Colorado. Educational backgrounds of both accountants; Career backgrounds; Goals for the financial-consulting role of accounting firms. INSET: BUILDING THE CENTER FOR QUALITY FINANCIAL REPORTING.
- Turner Explains ACAP Opposition Vote at Conference. Lajara, Melissa Hoffmann // Trusted Professional;12/1/2008, Vol. 11 Issue 21, p3
The article reports on the decision of Lynn E. Turner, former chairman of Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and member of the Treasury Department's Advisory Committee on the Auditing Profession, to oppose the committee's final draft report on September 29, 2008 in the U.S.
- MURDER BY ANTIFREEZE. Bienvenu, Melissa // Atlanta;Apr2003, Vol. 42 Issue 13, p90
Describes the case of a lady Julia Lynn Turner who is charged of killing her husbands. Relation of Lynn with her first husband Glenn Turner; Impact of Lynn's personality on her husband's family; Similarity in life of her two husbands.
- Cases establish guidelines for disclosure. // Corporate Board;Jul/Aug93, Vol. 14 Issue 81, p25
Provides guidelines for disclosure of corporate information. Merger or acquisition negotiations; Responding to rumors; Correction of previous statement; Communicating material information.
- Improving the disclosure regime. Ormerod, David // International Journal of Evidence & Proof;Jun2003, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p102
Examines the deficiencies of the existing disclosure regime in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Disclosure regime in relation to cases involving covert surveillance; Merits of claims for wider disclosure; Reform proposals on disclosure.
- Opposing party's privileged or confidential documents. Pope, Daniel J.; Kim, Stephanie J. // Defense Counsel Journal;Oct97, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p617
Discusses the ethical aspects of unauthorized disclosure of privileged or confidential documents. Ethical obligations of lawyers; Admissibility of privileged documents; Sanctions meted out to parties concern; Proper deportment of receiving or opposing parties in face of privileged or...
- Competitive disadvantage and discretionary disclosure in industries. Clinch, Greg; Verrecchia, Robert E. // Australian Journal of Management (University of New South Wales);Dec97, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p125
Examines the effect of competitive disadvantage on discretionary disclosure of information in industries. Link between industry characteristics and disclosure practices; Existence of a disclosure equilibrium.
- Disclosure vs. confidentiality when disaster strikes. McCurdy, David B.; Brown, Finley B.; al, et // Making the Rounds in Health, Faith & Ethics;4/22/96, Vol. 1 Issue 16, p1
Focuses on the disclosure of information during disasters and accidents. Violation of hospital protocols; Releasing of information as an act of compassionate care; First Amendment implications; Protection of the privacy of grief-stricken relatives; Recognition of reasonableness.
- Get someone to reveal a secret. Seidman, Ellen R. // Redbook;Feb94, Vol. 182 Issue 4, p46
Features on ways of making people talk when they're not willing to reveal information. Ploy used by reporters and therapists; Psychologist Marion Rudin Frank's remarks on people feeling compelled to fill up silence; Making a move in a casual setting to let down somebody's guard; Way that...