New, One-stop Resource Launched for Latest Litigation News and Trends
Litigators spend considerable time researching multiple sources to stay informed about news and trends on case law and regulatory changes that help them advocate for their clients. In addition to case filings, they rely on newspapers, professional journals, association events, reports and numerous other outlets. Rather than review each of these sources individually, there is a single, convenient place to gain a comprehensive perspective on the latest litigation topics.
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McGladrey’s Litigation Review is the one place where litigators can find regularly updated McGladrey-authored content as well as content from the legal profession’s most respected and relevant sources. The site contains an ever-expanding library of more than 850 articles on topics including:
• Fraud investigation
• Forensic accounting
• Financial investigation
• Bankruptcy litigation
• Business valuation
• Corporate restructuring
• Damages assessment
• And more
Litigation Review covers all the stories that are making headlines, whether it concerns big or small companies, the latest rulings and announcements from the Securities and Exchange Commission or Department of Justice, or heightened enforcement around a particular law.
Insightful, featured articles are written by McGladrey accounting, finance and risk management professionals. Recent headlines include the Steps to Prevent Fraud and Mitigate Occupational Fraud; and Pre- and post-breach risks and ways you can protect your data.
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McGladrey understands that your time is valuable, and offers you a simple, comprehensive solution for staying on top of the latest litigation news and trends while providing you with expert insights. We created Litigation Review to serve as your one-stop resource that contains the relevant information you need to arm you with the information to succeed. To read about the latest legal news, developments and decisions as well as insights around corruption, fraud, cybersecurity and more, visit http://www.litigationreview.info.
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