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Fraud & Forensics Group

Hiding Assets With A Plastic Spending Account

Posted on June 21, 2017

When a bankruptcy or divorce case involves embezzlement, fraud, defalcation or hidden assets, the most difficult item to trace is…

Proving Damages When Intellectual Property Is Stolen

Posted on June 08, 2017

Many of today's largest and most profitable companies owe much of their financial success to intellectual property. As you read…

Avoid Unhappy Returns

Posted on June 01, 2017

Every day, retailers across the country issue refunds to customers. The reasons range from a bad fit to the wrong color to a…

Uncover The Truth

Posted on May 22, 2017

When it comes to uncovering the truth and interviewing suspects, the job is best left to trained professionals, such as forensic…

Computer Forensics: Extracting Evidence To Prove And Stop Fraud

Posted on May 10, 2017

If an employee commits fraud, some of the most compelling evidence to support a personnel or legal action against the individual…

Fight Internal Fraud With 8 Precautions

Posted on April 20, 2017

When you read in the paper that a "trusted employee" has been charged with embezzlement, it can be shocking. But then, of course,…

Uncovering Hidden Assets In A Divorce

Posted on April 05, 2017

These days, marriage can be a complex venture, and when it dissolves, sorting out the finances can be difficult. Even in amicable…

Protect Your Company From Fraudulent Claims

Posted on March 29, 2017

Workers' compensation is designed to help people who have been hurt on the job get back on their feet. However, it's also an area…

Routine Reports Can Contain A Gold Mine Of Fraud Evidence

Posted on March 29, 2017

Many companies routinely generate mountains of reports. These documents are typically designed to monitor the overall performance…

Contacting Law Enforcement Officials After Detecting Fraud

Posted on March 21, 2017

Let's say your company has detected internal fraudulent activity, fired the employee involved and documented the findings. Now, you…

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