Forensic Accounting & Fraud Investigation

Forensic Accounting & Fraud Investigation

Overview

We conduct accounting investigations involving various allegations of financial malfeasance. Many of our shareholder dispute business valuation projects include reconstruction of financial statements and identifying misappropriated or personal expenses. We have worked on several matters involving a business sale that resulted in litigation and allegation of financial statement fraud. These complex matters require analysis of both forensic accounting issues and analysis of business value.

We also conduct transaction intensive fraud investigations relating to allegations of employee embezzlement.

 

 

Example Cases

Confidential embezzlement Investigation for large private company, 2016: We reviewed several thousand credit card transactions made by a management level employee and wrote a report of findings of loss to support an insurance claim.

Multi-entity family owned farming operation 2015: We conducted forensic accounting analysis of several related entities over numerous years, reviewing original vendor files and payment records to gather evidence of alleged fraud. We summarized our findings and the matter resulted in settlement.

Mukesh R. Patel et al v. OM Clackamas LLC, Alkesh Patel et al, 2015: We evaluated and testified in trial to evidence supporting allegations of fraud on behalf of the Plaintiffs.

Dr. Bott, LLC et al v. Roderich Bott, 2012: We served as a court-appointed fraud examiner to evaluate and testify to evidence related to allegations of fraud brought by the Defendant.

Jessica Schlesinger v. Barry Schlesinger et al., 2012: We evaluated and testified in trial to complex intercompany transactions between family owned entities and provided business valuation analysis.

State of Oregon v. Lyle Mann, 2007: We conducted forensic analysis and testified in trial on behalf of the Defendant related to allegations of fraudulent expense reports.

Experts in Forensic Accounting & Fraud Investigation

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