Forensic Accounting Section
By KYLE RICHARD and CHANDRSEKAR VENTKATARMAN
In today's world of increasingly complex financial markets and financial crime, the role of the forensic accountant has evolved with paralleled sophistication. This article outlines the cornerstones of the forensic accountant's duties, and more specifically, aims to provide insight for litigators on how to extract the most value from their engaged forensic accountant.
By RICHARD P. FINKEL
How could it happen? Hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars have gone missing. A long-term, trusted employee stands accused. No one knew? No one suspected?
By FRANK RUDEWICZ and BRAD TAYLOR
Business valuation methods are commonly used by practitioners to assess damages in litigation, prepare for mergers and acquisitions, and properly anticipate estate planning. Valuation, however, is not just a "back of the envelope" exercise.
By JOSEPH A. DeCUSATI
Valuation experts are sometimes asked to provide professional opinions relating to the earnings and cash flow available from real estate operations of individuals who possess an ownership interest in rental real property operations. There are several reasons why such analyses are requested.
By BEVERLY KRIEGER
Connecticut is an equitable distribution property state. When a marriage is dissolved the court can grant to the husband or wife all or any part of the estate of the other after considering all the required statutory criteria.
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