Accounting Liability Issues
Analysis Group brings the appropriate balance of litigation experience and technical expertise to accounting liability issues, to which we apply a broad range of analytical and investigative techniques.
Our affiliates – some of whom have worked for the SEC, FASB, and PCAOB – provide expertise in assessing specialized issues such as accounting for derivatives, tax effects of accounting decisions, and corporate governance.
We have examined many complex accounting liability issues, including whether:
- Financial statements complied with GAAP and/or contract terms, including debt covenant ratios
- Information suggesting an imminent bankruptcy was publicly available or concealed
- Circumstances leading up to financial misstatements were consistent with fraud
- Post-closing adjustments were properly calculated in purchase price disputes
- Featured Expert Elizabeth A. Eccher Clinical Professor of Accounting, University of Illinois, Chicago
SEC Investigation into Accounting and Disclosure Practices
- Featured Expert Douglas J. Skinner Deputy Dean for Faculty and Eric J. Gleacher Distinguished Service Professor of Accounting, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
J.C. Van Apeldoorn and E.T. Meijer, In Their Capacity as Trustees in Bankruptcy for KPNQwest N.V., et al. v. Qwest Communications International, Inc. (“Qwest”), et al.
- Featured Expert John M. Lacey Ernst & Young Research Fellow, Professor of Accounting, College of Business Administration, California State University, Long Beach
Keeping covenants: Getting debt ratios rightJournal of Accountancy, June 01, 2018