Section 10A


Our lawyers have extensive experience dealing with situations implicating the obligations imposed on accountants under Section 10A of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 when evidence of potential fraud or illegal acts by clients is discovered. Whether the situation involves an engagement team in the field requiring assistance in real time, responding to requests from a client’s management, audit committee or a special committee of the Board conducting an internal investigation, dealing with formal or informal inquiries from regulators, or defending litigation or enforcement proceedings raising 10A issues, our lawyers can assist accountants in dealing with these sophisticated and challenging problems.
Our lawyers have extensive experience dealing with situations implicating the obligations imposed on accountants under Section 10A of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 when evidence of potential fraud or illegal acts by clients is discovered. Whether the situation involves an engagement team in the field requiring assistance in real time, responding to requests from a client’s management, audit committee or a special committee of the Board conducting an internal investigation, dealing with formal or informal inquiries from regulators, or defending litigation or enforcement proceedings raising 10A issues, our lawyers can assist accountants in dealing with these sophisticated and challenging problems.