Making a Case to Work on the Defense

Making a Case to Work on the Defense

“How could you?!” – not an uncommon thing for me to hear among other professionals in the business of fighting fraud when I tell them I work criminal defense cases. Admittedly, I struggled with the same issue the first time I was called by a defense...
Good Guys vs. Bad Guys

Good Guys vs. Bad Guys

This article was originally published in Fraud Magazine – March/April 2015 issue.   “I love getting bad guys — I think that would be so funto do with you!” said the prospective job applicant sitting across from me. I’d just asked her why she would want to come...
Taking the leap to start your business

Taking the leap to start your business

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to start your own fraud examination practice? To be your own boss? To be free to take the reins on a case? Perhaps you’re already a self-employed fraud examiner, and you’re looking for ideas on how to find balance in your...
Do I Need a Forensic Accountant?

Do I Need a Forensic Accountant?

Here are examples of when you may need a forensic accountant: Attorneys: – Fraud at Client’s Company – Financial Investigations Involving: * Estate and Trust Disputes * Minority Shareholder Disputes * Divorce Proceedings – Contract...