Heather Wilson is a Director with Marcum and has over twenty years of public accounting and consulting experience. Heather provides forensic accounting and litigation support services in civil and criminal litigation matters. Heather is experienced with fraud investigations, employee dishonesty investigations, business loss claims, partnership/shareholder disputes, financial investigations to pierce the corporate veil, professional liability, and lost earnings capacity analyses. Criminal litigation services include assistance to both prosecution and defense. She has provided financial analyses in the prosecution of various fraudulent schemes and defense of alleged income tax fraud, kickbacks, and other financial frauds.
In the past, Heather has provided litigation support, consulting, audit, and tax services to solvent and insolvent companies in a number of industries. She has written articles for national publications. Heather has testified as an expert in Bankruptcy, Federal, and State Courts concerning the results of investigations. Heather provides support in venues such as arbitration, mediation, settlement, and litigation within the U.S. Market.
Professional & Civic Affiliations
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
- Philadelphia Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
- Women’s White Collar Defense Association
Articles, Seminars & Presentations
- Eyes on the Prize: Mapping Your Career Path, Co-Panelist, AICPA Women’s Global Leadership Summit’, San Diego, CA, November 2019
- Reading and Understanding Financial Statements (with Kyle Anne Midkiff, CPA, CFE, CFF), November 2019, Post & Schell CLE
- Financial Statement Fraud (with Kyle Anne Midkiff, CPA, CFE, CFF), October 2019, Marcum’s Libations and Legal Education
- “Cooking with QuickBooks: Common Schemes and How to Prevent Them”, October 2019, Legal Intelligencer
- “It’s Hurricane Season for Fraud”, July 2019, Marcum Valuation & Litigation Advisor
- “Forensic Analysis and the Deceptive Defendant”, September 2008, National Litigation Consultants Review