Court-Appointed Forensic Accountant Has Quasi-Judicial Immunity

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April 13, 2004
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Ronald C. Riemers v. Thomas J. O'Halloran, et al.
2004 ND 79
US
State Court
North Dakota
Supreme Court
Roland C. Riemers, Thomas J. O'Halloran
Neumann

Summary

The North Dakota Supreme Court concluded that under Loran v. Iszler, 373 N.W.2d 870 (N.D. 1985) and Lawrence v. Roberdeau, 2003 ND 124, a court-appointed forensic accounting expert enjoyed absolute immunity as a witness and properly dismissed a dissatisfi ...

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Ronald C. Riemers v. Thomas J. O'Halloran, et al.

The North Dakota Supreme Court concluded that under Loran v. Iszler, 373 N.W.2d 870 (N.D. 1985) and Lawrence v. Roberdeau, 2003 ND 124, a court-appointed forensic accounting expert enjoyed absolute immunity as a witness and properly dismissed a dissatisfi ...