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    Assume that you are the PricewaterhouseCoopers audit engagement partner and have assessed Kodak as a high-risk client. Explain the modification you would make to the audit engagement procedures to minimize any potential liability of the firm.

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    Many companies drop high-risk audit clients because the auditor risk is too extreme and the potential losses can be too great. However, if the firm chooses to continue auditing what is determined to be a high-risk audit client, additional steps should be taken for the audit engagement.

    PWC auditors have assessed that the client is a high-risk client. The audit engagement needs to be modified to include PWC's most experienced auditors. An auditing firm never, ever wants to put inexperienced auditors ...

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    The solution discusses the modification you would make to the audit engagement procedures to minimize any potential liability of the firm if you were the PricewaterhouseCoopers audit engagement partner.

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