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Consummation- Is an Act not an Illusion

by William Hudson

Neil Garfield is adamant that if consummation did not occur, there can be no contract. His belief is supported by hundreds of years of contract law (including the marriage contract). 2,483 more words

Foreclosure

Public Company Accounting after the Sarbanes-Oxley Act

With over three decades of experience in transactional accounting, Larry Soldinger is knowledgeable in a wide range of specialty areas. Through LJ Soldinger and Associates… 135 more words

Larry Soldinger

Sections 302 and 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act

A Certified Public Accountant, James Kasim leads as chief financial officer and treasurer of a commercial real estate company. James Kasim possesses spent 12 years at Ernst & Young LLP, where he honed skills in Sarbanes-Oxley internal control management. 147 more words

James Kasim

See something? Say something.

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act requires publicly traded companies to provide a confidential way for employees to report fraudulent and wrongful behavior. Although it is a requirement, we still recommended that all organizations implement some sort of anonymous hotline reporting for any wrongdoing. 105 more words

Forensic Accounting

A Farewell to Michael Oxley

Staunch champions of corporate governance and fair financial reporting lost a friend over the holidays with the passing of former U.S. Rep. Michael Oxley on January 1. 864 more words

Internal Audit

The OSC has introduced steps to help recover funds for wronged investors, but are they enough?

Canadian regulators will tell you they have been making progress by securing new measures to recover funds for investors who lose money to dubious schemes and malfeasance in the capital markets. 1,381 more words

FP Street

Big Fish

One of the Supreme Court’s most interesting cases involves a fisherman and some undersized grouper. 2,160 more words

SCOTUS