Government and Regulatory Investigations

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The International Community Has Different Opinions On Mandatory Auditor Rotation

July 2013 In the past year, the issue of mandatory auditor rotation has been an active area of debate, both domestically and abroad.  The idea of mandatory auditor rotation has been around for years, but has consistently (and successfully) been opposed by the public accounting profession and its large clients.  While the European Union still [...]

More Resources Will Be Allocated To Financial Fraud Initiatives

February 2009 Government resources are usually allocated based on the political sentiment of the day. Those in charge of investigations understandably want to show that they are accomplishing something. Consequently, once resources are allocated to an investigative area, prosecutions invariably follow. White collar defense lawyers face improving business conditions. This is occurring because (i) increased [...]

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