We successfully represented a company in a confidential Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) investigation arising from a former employee’s complaint about allegedly improper accounting practices. After responding to document and information requests and participating with company officers in an in-person presentation to the SEC, we quickly secured a decision by the SEC to terminate the investigation and recommend no enforcement action.
Successful Defense of SEC Investigation into Alleged Improper Accounting Practices
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