Until recent years, the notion of forensic accounting was treated as a renegade idea. Today, business executives and attorneys know that relying upon credible accounting information in the area of dispute resolution can make a difference that can be measured in the millions of dollars.
What started as a small accounting sub-specialty has now developed into a recognized profession. Small firms that helped to found the forensic accounting profession have grown into national and international firms with hundreds of employees. Traditional accounting firms have established divisions that claim expertise in forensic accounting.
As a former senior practitioner in one of the largest forensic accounting firms, we recognize the importance of keeping close personal contact with clients and staying directly involved with the investigative and consulting work we are hired to do. As forensic accounting is our exclusive practice we are free from conflicts and independence issues that plague firms that provide attest and taxation services. Because our staff is trained exclusively in this field, our reviews are both more efficient and more thorough.
Accounting / Law Firms
Mr. Gladstein is Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Mr. Gladstein has served as a guest speaker and conducted seminars on the measurement of damages related to business interruption, loss of earnings and valuation of lost inventory, fraud and arson.
Steel / Aluminum Mills
Textiles / Apparel
Toys / Sporting goods