Internal Controls Expert Witnesses

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Internal controls expert witness candidates typically have experience and expertise in forensic accounting, business valuation, and business operations. For certain cases, clients may request an expert with credentials as a certified fraud examiner or a certified internal auditor. Cahn Litigation Services is regularly called upon by an attorney client to locate an expert witness that can provide support for an internal control project.

Internal control is an accounting and auditing process that monitors the effectiveness and efficiency of a company’s operations, and can also play a role in a suspected fraud investigation and assisting with fraud prevention.

Litigation support service by an internal controls expert witness could include financial reporting review, financial investigation, economic damages calculation, forensic accounting services, expert report preparation, expert opinion, expert testimony, and/or courtroom testimony. In high profile cases, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, a law firm may require an expert with prior expert witness testimony experience. In addition, clients often seek an internal controls subject matter expert for consulting for pre-litigation work. When an expert is needed to review an organization’s operations, and ultimately testify for an internal auditing or internal control project, Cahn Litigation Services will hone in on an expert witness with precisely the rights skills and experience to get the job done.

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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Internal Controls experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give lawyers a sense of the Internal Controls landscape.