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“Defrauding the Small Business Investment Company Program (SBIC): A Case Study”

October/November 2005

A little-known fact is that the federal government is the largest single investor in U.S. private equity funds. At the end of fiscal year 2004, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) had close to $5.75 billion invested in 448 funds,

  • FOCUS — Newsletter of the AICPA
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“New Bankruptcy Law: Blip or Blow for Florida Physicians?”

October 18 – November 7, 2005

“New Bankruptcy Law: Blip or Blow for Florida Physicians?” – Florida Medical BusinessOct. 18, 2005 – Nov. 7, 2005 – By MAUREEN GLABMAN regarding Florida Physicians. A South Florida surgeon without liability insurance receives a $7 million judgment in a

  • FLORIDA MEDICAL BUSINESS
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“Hiring a Forensic Accountant: What Every Private Investigator Ought to Know”

August 2005

Because of the accelerating expansion of litigation in every imaginable area of our society, private investigators are employing in ever increasing numbers a Forensic Accountant as experts who specialize in forensic accounting. Universities all over the world are offering courses

  • PI MAGAZINE
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“Internal Revenue Service Branch Probes Many Economic Crimes”

February 18, 2005

With tax season upon us everyone should be pondering the power of the Internal Revenue Service. Recent events have made it clear that the most powerful law-enforcement agency in the United States is an arm of the Internal Revenue Service.

  • THE MIAMI HERALD
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“Hiring a Forensic Accountant. What Attorneys Needs to Know.”

February 2005

Because of the expansion of litigation in every area of our society, attorneys are employing certified public accountant (CPA) experts who specialize in forensic accounting in increasing numbers. Universities all over the world are offering courses in forensic accounting. In

  • LOUISVILLE BAR BRIEFS
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CPAs “Money Sleuths”

January 3, 2005

CPAs “Money Sleuths”. The earlier forensic accountants join the team during litigation, the more value they add to the attorney’s team and the client’s case.  Because of the accelerating expansion of litigation in every imaginable area of our society, attorneys are,

  • DAILY JOURNAL EXTRA
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“Questions of Amount”

November & December 2004

In many kinds of criminal and non-criminal proceedings, attorneys often need to answer questions of amount in one sense or another. Usually, opposite sides of a case have differing opinions on issues like calculation of damages, lost revenues, taxes, and

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