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Lunch & Learn Program

IAG and Continued Learning

With IAG’s Lunch and Learn program, we come to your office, bring you lunch and speak to your ...

Thankful For Our Team

Unity, gratitude, and camaraderie filled our firm as we enjoyed a delightful Thanksgiving luncheon together, celebrating the bonds ...

IAG celebrates 20th anniversary

IAG celebrated our 20th anniversary in February 2023! We have a passion for helping the attorneys we serve ...

Lunch and Learn With IAG

Our professionals are available to help attorneys understand various financial topics that they may face in litigation. We have found that this is particularly helpful for younger, newer attorneys who are just starting out in their field and may not yet have faced certain complex issues.  Typically, we make these presentations over the lunch hour, bring…

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Fraud in Not For Profit Organizations

Karen Fortune with IAG Forensics & Valuation shares some common types of fraud that may occur in Not For Profit organizations.  

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Asset Tracing Overview

An overview on Asset Tracing from Brandi Steinberg with IAG Forensics & Valuation.

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Business Fraud Panel Event

Atlanta Business Growth Teams Business Fraud Panel Event Too Busy? Fraud Is Never Too Busy. Please join Laurie Dyke of IAG Forensics and Valuation and other distinguished guests September 20, 2022 from 11:30 to 1:30PM for the Atlanta Business Growth Teams Business Fraud Panel Event – Too Busy? Fraud is never too Busy. The event…

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Elder Care Fraud-Trends and Cases

IAG’s Tammy Thomas (Principal) and Laurie Dyke (Founding Partner) recently participated in a virtual Fireside Chat about “Elder Care Fraud – Trends and Cases” along with Jeanne Canavan with the DeKalb County Georgia District Attorney’s Office and David Blake with the Georgia Department of Human Services, all specialists in the fight against Elder Fraud and…

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Best Practices for a Business Interruption Claim Related to COVID-19

The outbreak of the coronavirus has greatly altered the global economic landscape.  The repercussions of this pandemic have been felt immediately and will be felt months, possibly even years from now.  Aside from the very personal effects of this pandemic being felt globally, which are too numerous to list here, businesses have been forced by…

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IAG Forensics & Valuation Recognized by Daily Report readers again in 2018

The attorneys have voted! We are proud to announce that we were voted in the “Top 3” in two categories by readers of the Daily Report, “Forensic Experts” and ‘Forensics Accounting Firms” We are honored to be recognized in this way and thank the Daily Report.

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Expense Report and Purchasing Fraud

This is the third installment in a series of articles describing various ways in which fraudsters are able to “game the system” at your company’s expense. In this installment, we explore different expense reporting fraud schemes that we have encountered in the course of our investigations. The purpose of having employees submit expense reports for…

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Personal Use of Non-Profit Funds – PayPal Fraud

  This is the second installment in a series where we look at the various fraud schemes available to those who might do you or your business harm. Technology is constantly evolving as industry experts find new and improved ways to do things.  They have brought us banking by phone, transfers via texting, and mobile…

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Forensic Accounting in Divorce by The New York Times

Even if you don’t have hundreds of millions in assets to go missing, this article can teach you a lot about how money can be hidden.  Learn some of the dark sides of the global offshore financial system that people can use to hide assets in this financial sleuthing article written by The New York…

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Lost Profits – Part 3: Identification of Saved/Avoided Costs

    This is the final post in a three-part series discussing the calculation of lost profits in a hypothetical scenario seeking economic damages for the alleged violation of a non-competition covenant.  As noted in the prior posts, the three part series will utilize the following fact pattern.   The Best Animal Hospital, Inc. is…

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Personal Use of Corporate Funds – Credit Card Fraud

How many different ways are there to commit fraud in a small business?  The possibilities, unfortunately, can be endless when owners and management do not have solid internal controls in place or the willingness to acknowledge that “it could happen to me.”  This will be the first installment of several to explore the various fraud…

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