The American Bar Association is urging the Financial Accounting Standards Board to delay implementing a proposed standard for loss contingencies arising from business combinations, warning of harmful, unintended consequences.
ABA president H. Thomas Wells Jr., wrote a letter to FASB Chairman Robert Herz, referring to earlier comments sent by the ABA's former president and other organizations criticizing the measure (see FASB Litigation Proposals Under Fire).
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