Stephen Pedneault, CPA/CFF, CFE
, is the founder and Principal of Forensic Accounting Services LLC, a CPA firm specializ-ing in forensic accounting, employee fraud, and litigation support matters. Steve is the author of Fraud 101: Techniques and Strategies for Understanding Fraud (Wiley) and is a contributor to Fraud Casebook: Lessons from the Bad Side of Business (Wiley). He is writing his third book, Preventing and Detecting Employee Theft and Embezzlement: A Practical Guide (Wiley), due out in June 2010. Steve has also written numerous articles appearing in local and national media, and is a frequent speaker on the subjects of employee embezzlement and forensic accounting.
For more information about Stephen Pedneault, go to www.forensicaccountingservices.com.
Chapter 1 First Indications (They're Doing What)?
Chapter 2 The Importance of Planning (Maximizing Desired Outcomes).
Chapter 3 Collecting the Evidence (a.k.a. “The Raid”).
Chapter 4 Reviewing the Evidence (The Day After).
Chapter 5 Electronic Evidence Considerations (Computers, Files, and Communications).
Chapter 6 Interviewing (Responding to Tears).
Chapter 7 Importance of Documentation (Keeping Track of Things).
Chapter 8 Further Investigative Measures (Obtaining More Evidence).
Chapter 9 Tracking Down Leads (The Plot Thickens).
Chapter 10 Drawing Conclusions (What Does It All Show)?
Chapter 11 Confronting the Suspect (He Didn’t Do Anything Wrong).
Chapter 12 Documenting the Investigation (Your Written Report).
Chapter 13 Working Towards a Resolution (I Don't Want to Go to Prison).
Chapter 14 Case Closed!
Epilogue Do You Want to Know the Outcome?
About the Author.