NEW YORK CITY (September 11, 2012) - Readers of the New York Law Journal (NYLJ) have, once again, ranked Marks Paneth LLP among the top three forensic accounting providers serving the New York legal community within the publication's 3rd Annual Reader Ranking Survey. The NYLJ rankings are the result of online ballots completed by over 6,800 readers, a 50% increase over 2011. More than 365 firms were listed on the ballots; in addition, voters were given the option of writing in any firms not listed. Marks Paneth is the only mid-sized firm to be ranked among the top three firms in the category of forensic accounting for three straight years.
“Law firms, corporations, insurance carriers, nonprofits and government entities rely on Marks Paneth for our sophisticated forensic accounting, commercial litigation, fraud investigation, fraud protection and intellectual property services,” said Steven L. Henning, Ph.D., CPA, Partner-in-Charge of the Litigation and Corporate Financial Advisory Services Group at Marks Paneth. “In addition to certified public accountants, the team includes fraud examiners, forensic accountants, economists and valuation analysts. Our practice is committed to being responsive, timely and cost-effective, as well as to delivering highly personalized and customized advice and execution. We’re pleased that the New York legal community continues to recognize the substantial financial, investigative and operational expertise we strive to bring to bear for clients requiring civil and criminal fraud investigation, prevention and forensic accounting services, all with a focus on restoring operating efficiencies and greater profitability for our clients.”
Marks Paneth’s forensic accounting and related services include: comprehensive corporate fraud investigations; investor securities fraud investigations and analysis; analysis of financial institution fraud; bankruptcy fraud investigations; health care fraud and abuse evaluation; insurance fraud detection; fraud prevention and internal audit consulting; commercial damages, as well as comprehensive training and education.
In addition, members of Marks Paneth’s forensic accounting team frequently share their perspectives on the marketplace in articles and commentaries. Marks Paneth publications can be found in the firm’s website Library.