July 21, 2018

court cases

Judge Shoots Down PwC’s In Pari Delicto Excuse to Weasel Out of MF Global Suit

The part you need to know about District Judge Marrero's decision in MF Global v PwC yesterday: Judge Victor Marrero held: “[u]nder PwC’s reasoning, the in pari delicto doctrine would insulate an auditor from liability whenever a company pursues a failed investment strategy after receiving wrongful advice from an accountant. Such a broad reading of […]

Alleged “Touch It For a Buck” Creeper CPA Got His License Revoked For Felony Creepiness

Do you guys remember the sordid tale of one Christopher M. Green, formerly employed by Crowe Horwath in Columbus, OH? No? Allow me to refresh your memory (I can totally understand why you may have blocked it out): Green is accused of exposing and touching himself in front of a 17-year-old girl Monday morning. According […]

Save the Date: Scott London May Get Sentenced on Thursday

Attestion Update has been on this like the feds on London's nuts: Sentencing is schedule for former KPMG regional audit PIC Scott London on February 27, 2014 regarding his plea agreement admitting insider trading. That’s the latest visible information in the federal system that shows filings. Previous post mentioned on 2/13 that Something in London […]