Frank E. Rudewicz serves as Principal, Counsel and the New England Leader for the Firm's Forensic Advisory group. He leads a group of professionals providing forensic accounting, litigation support, investigative and business valuation services. He has more than 30 years' experience conducting domestic and international investigations for fraud, forensic accounting, asset tracing and other litigation related matters.
Mr. Rudewicz has been involved in numerous, high profile and sensitive engagements regarding fraud, litigation support, and other investigative assignments. He has appeared on Dateline NBC and the Forensic Files for his investigative work. He has been appointed a Compliance & Ethics Monitor for a number of organizations within the construction, government and environmental industries.
Experienced in providing expert witness testimony, Mr. Rudewicz has testified in matters involving forensic accounting, trade secrets, independent investigations and security. Frank Rudewicz lectures and teaches frequently on these topics. He is the recent co-author of Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation for Non-Experts, 3rd edition.
Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Rudewicz was the Managing Director and Special Counsel for several National Accounting firms. He also served as Senior Managing Director and Counsel for an international risk consulting and investigative firm. Mr. Rudewicz formerly held positions as the Director of Corporate Security and Emergency Management for a financial institution, as well as a principal owner of a law practice. Earlier in his career, he spent 14 years in law enforcement with the Hartford Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation and holds private investigative licenses.
- Association of Corporate Counsel, Connecticut, Board Member, Past President
- American Bar Association
- Connecticut Bar Association
- American Society for Industrial Security
- Information Asset Protection Council, Former Chairman
- Workplace Violence Prevention & Response Guideline Committee
- Boston Police Athletic League, Board of Directors & Secretary
- Forensic Accounting: At the Crossroads of Business Valuation, Forensic Accounting – The Connecticut Law Tribune, 2014
- Ethics for Government Finance Officers- NEGFOA 2014
- Conducting Proof of Loss Investigations, Boston Bar Association, 2010
- Getting the Government to Take Your IP Theft Case, Massachusetts Bar Association, 2008
- Gathering Intelligence in Cross Border M&A, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, December 2008
- Workplace Integrity: Risk Reduction, Asset Protection and Business Continuity, American Society for Industrial Security, 2005
- The Road to Rage, Security Management Magazine, February 2004
- Emergency Preparedness, Executive Desk Book on Corporate Risk and Response for Homeland Security, Co-authored Chapter, March 2003
- Til' Termination Us Do Part, Security Management Magazine, November 2002
Workplace Violence Prevention
State & Local Governments
University of Connecticut
Bachelor of Science, Industrial Technology & Public Safety Management
Central Connecticut State University
Federal Bar 2nd District
Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS)
Certified Protection Professional (CPP)
June 29, 2016
Principal Frank Rudewicz, Partner Ricardo Zayas and Manager Nitasha Giardina from Marcum's Advisory Services group collaborated on an article for Business Law Today, about calculating losses in white collar crime.
Forensic accountants are routinely hired to assist in calculation of lost profits and economic damages in various types of litigation.
Just a few years after founding my firm in 1995, one of the industry trades named us the fastest-growing PR firm in America. It happened ....
Whether you are a litigator or a party to the litigation, you know the value that an expert witness can provide to a case. In ....
Frank E. Rudewicz, JD/CPP/CAMS, has been elected a 2014 Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation James W. Cooper Fellows Program.
Business valuation methods are commonly used by practitioners to assess damages in litigation, prepare for mergers and acquisitions, and properly execute estate planning. However, ....
February 12, 2014
Article by Frank Rudewicz, Advisory Services Principal & Brad Taylor, Advisory Services Director, "Forensic Accounting: At Crossroads of Business Valuation, Forensic Accounting," Featured in Connecticut Law Tribune
Business valuation methods are commonly used by practitioners to assess damages in litigation, prepare for mergers and acquisitions, and properly anticipate estate planning. Valuation, ....
Frank Rudewicz, of Marcum LLP, will conduct an independent investigation of Police Chief Jeff Jaran's behavior at the Squealing Pig, the board of selectmen decided ....
June 20, 2013
David Glusman, Advisory Services Partner & Frank Rudewicz, New England Regional Leader, Forensics Practice Group, Interviewed in Metropolitan Corporate Counsel "To Catch A Thief: Forensic Experts Weigh in on the Fraudster Profile
Editor: What are the types of corporate fraud that exist, and which are the most common?
In the video, fictional office workers go about their day, making copies and getting coffee, when a man clad in black walks into the lobby ....
Late last month, a Southern California man was sentenced to three years in jail for hijacking local ATMs to rob bank customers of more than ....
The article details Mr. Rudewicz’s career as a former Hartford, CT police detective and how he has transitioned to the head of forensic investigations at ....
In the article, Mr. Rudewicz discusses the impact of Facebook. He said, “Such information is valuable in workers' compensation lawsuits or even divorce cases.”
Frank Rudewicz, Advisory Principal, was featured in the Hartford Courant Report: "Overwhelming Atmosphere of Paranoia and Mistrust."
In the article, details are provided concerning Marcum Advisory Group’s report that claims a “lack of leadership” and “poor incident management” in the investigation following ....
In the article, details are provided concerning Marcum Advisory Group’s report that claims the police investigation of a car accident involving a Windsor Locks officer ....
Frank Rudewicz, Advisory Principal, was quoted in MIT's Technology Review article "How Divorce Lawyers Use Social Networks."
The man known as “Clark Rockefeller” has been charged with the murder of a 27-year-old California man who was last seen in 1985. We’ll talk ....