Our experienced forensic accountants effectively and efficiently distinguish between facts, suspicions and fiction to provide clear insight on business disputes and allegations of financial misconduct.

Baker Tilly’s forensic accountants research, quantify and present the financial impact related to disputes and allegations of financial misconduct. Attorneys and their clients rely on our team because of our demonstrated ability to analyze complex financial and accounting issues, and to present findings and opinions in a manner that is clear and understandable by all stakeholders, including the courts.

We understand that a forensic investigation can be stressful for all parties, so we focus on performing our work in a manner that minimizes the distractions impacting management and business operations. We are experienced in forensic investigations for a variety of matters, including, but not limited to:

  • Bankruptcy disputes
  • Computer forensics
  • Corporate securities disputes
  • Data mining and analyses
  • Internal investigations
  • False Claims Act and government contracts investigations
  • Labor investigations
  • Monitorship
  • Post-acquisition disputes
  • Shareholder and partnership disputes
  • Tax controversy
  • Marital dissolution

The role of forensic accounting in “connecting the dots” in data breach cases

The role of forensic accounting in “connecting the dots” in data breach cases

The growing sophistication of techniques used by the independent criminal hackers, hacktavists, organized crime, and foreign governments to penetrate corporate networks and exploit vulnerabilities is inevitably producing data breaches that are more complex and impactful.

Connecting the dots in data breaches >