It is no secret that healthcare regulatory compliance is front and center in the eyes of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), the Department of Health and Human Services – Office of Inspector General (OIG) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
The recent statistics on employee theft is shocking. According to one US source, 75% of employees admit to having stolen at least once from their employer—and employee theft costs a company on average 7% of their annual revenues each year.
On March 27, 2017, the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General (“OIG-HHS”), in collaboration with the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA), published Measuring Compliance Program Effectiveness – A Resource Guide (the “Guide”).
Bennett Thrasher LLP is proud to announce the Daily Report has named it “Best Of 2017” in two categories. Bennett Thrasher won in the category for Best Full-Service Accounting firm for the sixth consecutive year and in the category for Best Forensic Accounting Firm for the fourth consecutive year.
This week is International Fraud Awareness Week. If you’ve ever taken an accounting or finance class chances are you’ve probably heard of Crazy Eddie. Crazy Eddie is a fraud case study that has been taught to aspiring accountants for decades
Cybersecurity related incidents are on the rise and every individual or company, regardless of size, is at risk. According to the AICPA and Juniper Research, costs related to these incidents are expected to increase to more than $2 trillion by 2019.
Last week over 130 of the “who’s who” among attorneys focused on white collar crime from across the Southeast convened for the annual Southeastern White Collar Crime Institute, hosted by the American Bar Institute.
In a recent article in Construction Executive, Justin Snell and Scott Hazy discuss the rise of cyber-phishing and the hundreds of thousands of dollars it’s costing companies.
In a recent article published by Corporate Counsel, Justin Snell, Director in Bennett Thrasher’s Disputes, Valuation and Forensics practice, provides insight on how businesses can respond to allegations of fraud and misconduct.
Patrick Braley, Partner and Service Line Leader for Bennett Thrasher’s Disputes, Valuation and Forensic practice, co-presented a recent webinar on Understanding and Preventing Corporate Fraud.
Since April 2013, when Mary Jo White became Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), we’ve heard her and her staff emphasize the agency’s focus on holding gatekeepers accountable for the important roles they play in financial markets and the tools at their disposal to do so
While we are most always aware of large cyber attacks and/or data breaches such as the 2013 Target breach or the 2014 Home Depot breach, we often forget that attacks happen on a daily basis; big and small.