November 8, 2010

In this document you will find the Brief For Amicus Curiae of the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy in Support of Defendant.

At issue in this case is the enforcement by the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy (“ASBPA”) of its peer review requirements against the plaintiff, an Alabama CPA. ASBPA, like almost all other state boards of accountancy, generally requires CPA firms to undergo a peer review in connection with their application for renewal of their permit to engage in the practice of public accountancy. The Alabama legislature has provided that ASBPA may revoke, suspend or refuse to renew a CPA permit for “failure to comply with the provisions and requirements of (ASBPA’s) peer review program.”

See Full Document:
NASBA Amicus Brief

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