Kanter Financial Forensics,

has the knowledge and training to examine financial data to uncover and explain who did what and why.

“Forensic accounting is the art and science of investigating people and money.”

At Kanter Financial Forensics, our practice makes complex financial accounting and business concepts clear and easy to understand. Our professionals have the experience, expertise, and credibility to effectively communicate findings to clients, attorneys, courts, arbitrators and mediators. We understand our clients' needs and know how essential effective and timely communication is during the litigation process, with services including:

  • Forensic Accounting
  • Fraud Examination
  • Financial Investigations
  • Expert Testimony and Litigation Consulting
  • Economic Damages

We bring business and legal acumen to the litigation process, providing attorneys and clients with financial and investigative expertise. As a result, leading law firms have turned to Kanter Financial Forensics to testify in state and federal courts.

Our Forensic Services practice has experience assisting counsel and their clients in all phases of litigation from discovery through trial, as well as alternative dispute resolution proceedings.

How Kanter Financial Forensics Can Help

Working with Counsel and Clients

To assist in the evaluation of the cost/benefit of potential litigation at the onset of an engagement, we provide counsel with an early assessment of potential damages, as well as, aid in determining the key documents and other information to request. Throughout the case, we will continue to support counsel, define the business issues of the matter and investigate the facts. We also provide support for the deposition of key fact witnesses and opposing experts. In addition, we critique and analyze opposing expert reports as well as economic damage calculations.

Expert Testimony

In addition to serving as expert witnesses, our professionals also perform fraud investigations and may serve as trustees, monitors and receivers.

Methodology Used by KFF During a Forensic Engagement

Key Components of a Fraud Investigation

Legal counsel requires experienced investigators to help build a compelling case by:

  • Examining and Analyzing Relevant Business Records
  • Reconstructing Books and Records
  • Interviewing Parties to Determine what has Occurred
  • Quantifying the Financial Impact

Scope of Services

Kanter Financial Forensics regularly prepares and presents demonstrative evidence in settlement negotiations, mediation, arbitration proceedings, as well as at trial. Our investigations have included the tracing of assets, matters involving theft, embezzlement and accounting irregularities.

Our Forensic and Litigation Consulting Services Include Matters Involving:

  • Asset Identification, Tracing and Recovery
  • Asset Misappropriation
  • Bankruptcy
  • Breach of Contract and/or Fiduciary Duty
  • Business Valuation
  • Construction Fraud
  • Corporate and Partnership Dissolutions
  • Behavioral and Credibility Analysis: Investigative interviewing of subjects determining credibility during depositions, in court testimony and other examination scenarios. 
  • Court Appointments as Receiverships & Monitorships
  • Deposition Preparation
  • Digital Forensics
  • Economic Damages
  • Fidelity Bond and Other Insurance Claims
  • Financial and Fraud Investigations
  • Financial Reporting and Securities Fraud
  • Franchise Disputes
  • Fraudulent Conveyances
  • Internal and White-Collar Investigations
  • Matrimonial
  • Piercing the Corporate Veil investigations
  • Professional Liability
  • Purchase Price Disputes 
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Tax Controversies
  • Witness Background Research