Since its passage, many publicly traded companies and those considering initial public offerings have found it difficult to comply with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX).

Compliance can be costly and time-consuming – to say nothing of the challenge of keeping up with regulatory changes and industry standards, and hiring, training and retaining employees with the skill sets to perform the work. Of the Act’s many sections, Section 404 – Management Assessment of Internal Controls – has caused businesses the most difficulty.


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Mark  Agulnik

Mark Agulnik

Regional Advisory Partner-in-Charge

  • Advisory Services
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
Ethan  Brysgel

Ethan Brysgel

National Financial Accounting & Advisory
Services Leader

  • Advisory
  • New Haven, CT
Jenny  Deloy

Jenny Deloy

Office Managing Partner

  • Assurance
  • Chicago, IL
Cary  Drazner

Cary Drazner


  • Assurance
  • Deerfield, IL
John J. McGonigal

John J. McGonigal

Office Managing Partner

  • Assurance
  • Philadelphia, PA
Bruce  Roff

Bruce Roff


  • Assurance
  • New York, NY