Category: Fraud & Corruption

Legal sector: Establishing evidence using forensics

Author: Doug Hall, James Kirk (yBC.tv)

Categories: Fraud & Corruption, Technology
Tags: commercial disputes, computer investigations, disputes, evidence, forensic, forensic accountant, fraud investigations
The legal sector has many processes some of which include collection of forensic evidence. In this video Doug Hall explains how this applies to finance. Legal sector collects forensic finance evidence As a term forensic just means to do with evidence and really it’s any part of [...]
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