The risk of fraud is a serious concern for all types of enterprises, but fraud can be particularly damaging to a nonprofit organization, for which a damaged reputation can have devastating consequences.
Compiling a list of thought leaders in ethics and compliance is fun, but so challenging. There are simply too many thoughtful people in this field — which is itself enormous and wide-ranging — to call out everyone worth following. So below is a small slice of the thinkers in corporate ethics and compliance that I try to follow.
October 17, 2018, Today’s General Counsel It’s a mistake to ignore the human element when fighting fraud within a corporation. There are behavioral and environmental
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Contacts: Kendra Klossner Baker Tilly Media Relations firstname.lastname@example.org@bakertilly.com (703) 923-8627 Marks brings over 30 years of forensic accounting, investigations, governance, risk management and compliance experience
Forensic accountants are routinely engaged to assist in the calculation of lost profits and economic damages in various types of litigation. One such engagement is assisting attorneys in calculating and/or reviewing calculations of tax loss attributable to alleged fraud committed by a defendant. These tax loss calculations are relevant when a court is determining the length of sentence for a defendant in criminal tax litigation.