By the time a forensic accounting expert’s phone rings, at least four things have already happened.

First, a company’s board of directors has determined it is facing serious issues involving potential financial improprieties. Second, an appropriate committee of directors to oversee the company’s response has been chosen. Third, that committee has retained independent legal counsel. Fourth, the directors and legal counsel realize they need forensic accounting expertise to lead a financial investigation.

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