The Forensic Accounting LLC
Forensic and Litigation Consulting Primarily in the DC, Maryland and Virginia Area
Responsible for administration, scheduling, and planning of the various audit, tax, litigation, and investigative engagements. Account Administrator for several government contractors, real estate syndicators, real estate developers, building contractors, home builders, hotel developers, and numerous real estate limited partnerships.
Areas of expertise include: Analysis of damages for plaintiff or defendant | Civil and Criminal fraud investigations. | Civil and Criminal misuse of funds. | Analysis of loss to the victim in criminal sentencing matters. | Analysis of financial matters in bankruptcy proceedings. | Evaluation of government documents in criminal matters. | Diversion of funds both criminal and civil. | Both civil and criminal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulatory matters. | Analysis of various financial matters in both civil and criminal matters. | Tracing of funds in money laundering investigations and family law matters. | Forensic and Investigative Accounting | Damage Analysis for Litigation | Fraud Investigations | Litigation Consulting
Services Include: Fraud Investigations, Investigative Accounting and Misuse of Funds (both Civil and Criminal) | Damage Computation and Rebuttal | Accounting and Financial Matters | Bankruptcy, Financial Workouts, Dispute Settlements and Resolutions
The Forensic Accounting LLC serves clients Primarily in the Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia area including Bethesda, Rockville, Potomac, Silver Spring, Wheaton, Gaithersburg, Towson, Frederick, Baltimore, Hagerstown, Alexandria, Annandale, Fairfax, Richmond, Arlington, Fredericksburg, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the East Coast.
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It was an honor to receive his advice. It is a pleasure to observe him on the witness stand.
Stein, Mitchell, Muse, Cipollone, & Beato LLP Washington, D.C.
The Court was persuaded by Mr. Barskys testimony that transactions of the nature just described were loans that did not require specific written terms and conditions, and were more akin to being viewed as open accounts, as transfers of monies between the companies. Accordingly, the Court concludes that the accounting treatment of these monies does not amount to willful misconduct of the DST.
Fairfax County Circuit Court Fairfax, VA Honorable Leslie M. Alden
“I’m not sure anybody could do it like Mr. Barsky did. Mr. Barsky’s tasks included voluminous investigation of these books and records, some of which were produced in dribs and drabs . . . He pursued his investigations, he followed through . . . went backwards and forwards . . . And he was present for many of the days of the trial during when he was not testifying, most of them at my request... Read More
Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division Morris County Honorable Deanne M. Wilson, J.S.C., P.J.