Protecting your organization from a variety of false claims, disputes, or legal actions should be at the forefront of your business priorities. BPM’s Forensic Accounting practice includes a team of forensic accountants ready to delve into your accounting processes and records to provide litigation support on your behalf before or during a trial.
What is Forensic Accounting?
"Forensic" – in this case – means "suitable for use in a court of law," and our Forensic Accounting team works to that standard and potential outcome. At BPM, we can assist with assessing claims related to insurance, personal injury, fraud, anti-money laundering, false construction claims or royalty audits.
What Does a Forensic Accountant Do?
In many cases, our forensic accountants assist law firms and law enforcement agencies that need these specialized services. We also serve public and private companies that need forensic accountants to investigate or examine employee misconducts, including embezzlements and misappropriation of company assets. In addition, organizations have worked with our fraud examiners to conduct fraud risk assessment studies, and they identified areas where internal controls are not suitably designed or operating effectively.
Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination Services
Our Forensic Accounting team at BPM is prepared to assist your organization with:
- Bankruptcy litigation assistance
- Calculation of damages in Intellectual Property cases
- Fraud risk assessments
- Internal investigations related to employee misconducts and misappropriation of assets
- Litigation support services
Your organization can benefit from the years of experience BPM’s Forensic Accounting team can bring to the table. When it comes to highly sophisticated and complex legal cases, you want the most educated, experienced and specialized professionals on your team, supporting your outcome.
Our team consists of forensic accounting specialists, led by a former FBI agent and a licensed California private investigator who is focused on financial crimes investigations, including those involving employee misconducts and misappropriation of assets. Our professionals have served as expert witnesses before federal grand juries, in both federal and superior court trials, and at numerous depositions and administrative hearings. BPM follows the AICPA’s Professional Standards for Forensic Accounting Service Providers (Statement on Standards for Forensic Services No. 1).
Reach out today to find out how BPM’s Forensic Accounting team can help support your organization in the future.