July 2022

Internal Investigations: Retaining and Working with Forensic Accountants Checklist

LexisNexis Practical Guidance
Elissa M. McClure

Litigation and investigations Partner Elissa McClure co-authored with Sydne Collier, an associate currently serving as a judicial law clerk, a checklist for working with forensic accounts outlining the steps for working with forensic accountants. The six-step guide, which was published by LexisNexis Practical Guidance®, covers how to determine when a forensic accountant is necessary in an internal investigation, how to choose the right one for each case and best practices for working with them through an investigation.

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