Forensic Accounting

Litigation Support and Business Valuations in High Net Worth Matrimonial Disputes

Ohran Gobrin • June 27, 2017 Ohran GobrinEver hear of a quick, fair, and even-handed divorce? Me neither! Divorces by their very nature tend to be emotionally charged and contentious. The conflicts that ended the marriage quite often continue to simmer, resulting in a lengthy battle over what constitutes a fair settlement. If you own a business, the value of your company ... Read More

Litigation Support: A Powerful Tool of Corporate Law

Ohran Gobrin • March 20, 2017 Ohran GobrinCorporate disputes are often resolved through mediation or negotiation; however, complex and contentious matters may require more formal legal proceedings. Where such disputes involve the quantification of financial loss, the litigation support services of a forensic accountant can be necessary and invaluable. Forensic accountants provide the court ... Read More

Forensic Accounting Services: The ‘Better Safe Than Sorry’ Approach to Fraud Investigations

Patricia Harris • March 13, 2017 Patricia HarrisForensic accounting services exist as a means of preventing, identifying, and reducing the risk of fraud. While the more dramatic cases may uncover large sums of missing funds over many years, the ideal approach to forensic accounting is to minimize the risk of fraud before it happens – or identify it as soon as possible. ... Read More

Are You Ready for the New Code of Ethics and Conflict of Interest Practices Bidding Requirements?

Patricia Harris • November 07, 2016 Patricia HarrisAs a construction company that actively bids and works on larger infrastructure projects, you will likely be required to provide a signed certification in response to future Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) to confirm that you have effective policies in place regarding conflicts of interest[1] and ethical[2] bidding practices. In such cases, you ... Read More

Warning Signs of Employee Fraud

Bruce Roher • July 13, 2016 Bruce RoherFraud is a growing problem in many food and beverage businesses. Most organizations only take steps to improve their controls after a fraud has been discovered and the damage has been done. But the good news is that you can reduce the risk of fraud by being aware of the red flags to look out ... Read More