Grant Thornton will not be held liable for an unqualified opinion it issued on the 1999 financial statements of Daw Technologies.
Daw eventually restated the statements due to accounting problems, but the a federal court of appeals recently ruled that the case's plaintiffs, a trio of institutional investors, made no attempt to determine why the accounting firm's opinion was false or misleading.
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