February 19, 2019

By David Bateman CPA/ABV, CFE In the first section of his epic poem, “The Divine Comedy,” Dante is led on a journey through the nine circles of hell. Each successive circle represents progressively more heinous sins committed by both historic figures and some of his contemporaries. The eighth circle of hell is reserved for those […]

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January 23, 2019

By Gil A. Miller CPA, CFE, CIRA, CDBV The use of both federal and state receiverships is becoming a more common tool during the litigation process. From securing and watching over real and personal property to liquidating the assets of a business venture, receiverships can many times be a very efficient and effective alternative to […]

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By Matt H. Connors CPA/ABV, CFE Questions related to the value of a partial or 100 percent business interest can become central issues of disputes. These questions frequently arise in connection with the value of a privately held business for which no market price is readily available. Identifying an appraiser who is experienced in applying […]

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By John H. Curtis CPA/ABV, CFE, CIRA We recently received a phone call from a financial controller for a relatively small company. He was looking for a forensic accountant and informed us that they had discovered what appeared to be a pattern of embezzlement by the former financial controller and his wife. The controller had […]

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