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Investigative Due Diligence: Getting to Know the “Devil” You Don’t Know
You Cannot Buy Honesty and Trust When It Comes to Financial Reporting
The High Cost of Keeping Credibility
Fraud within the Family Business
Lessons Learned from Law Firm Collapse
The Crossroads of Business Valuation and Forensic Accounting
Deferred Prosecution Agreements, Non-Prosecution Agreements and Monitoring Services
Peeling Back the Covers through Social Media
How the Changes to the Government’s Credit Rating Impacts Discount Rates When Valuing Private Companies
The Dishonest "Trusted Bookkeeper" Signs of Internal Fraud, How to Respond and Investigate
The Pitfalls of a Successful Business - Managing Cash Flow
The Unexpected Consequences of Taxation in Bankruptcy
The Infringer’s Profits: The Financial Expert as a Guide
The ABC’s of Receiverships
Lessons to Learn from the Recent Auto Industry Upheaval
From the Mind of an Attorney: A Lawsuit is a Giant Machine One Enters as a Pig and Exits as a Sausage But You Need Not be the One Who is Chopped Up and Processed
The Fraud Diamond: Use of Investigative Due Diligence to Identify the “Capability Element of Fraud”
The PCAOB Inspection: How Can Your PCAOB-Registered Clients Reduce Their Likelihood of Being Subject to PCAOB Sanctions and Other Disciplinary Action?
The Amendments to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Enhancing Communications Between Attorneys and Experts
U.S. Automobile Manufacturers and Dealers: Decline Precedes Revitalization
Cleaning Up Economic Harm Inflicted By Oil Spills: The Role of Forensic Accounting and Damage Experts
Bad, But Not Otherwise Criminal: A Review of the Honest Services Law and Guide for Management
Are Your Family’s Assets Protected from the IRS?
How Well Will Your Expert’s Report Stand Up at Trial?
Analysis of the Active and Passive Appreciation of Closely Held Businesses
Don't Let Yourself Be a Victim - Protecting Your Company From Financial Fraud
Feasibility Opinions in Bankruptcy Plan Approvals
When Trusts Can't Be Trusted – Tracing Assets in Matrimonial Litigation