Identifying, understanding fraud is the first step in its prevention

To determine whether a company is at risk for fraud or mismanagement, business leaders need to move their thinking from “outside the box” to “inside the fraud triangle.” Recognizing the key attributes and influences of fraud provides a baseline for addressing the risk of fraud in your organization, says Elizabeth Pilacik, director of Audit & Accounting at Kreischer Miller.

Is your company prepared to respond to claims of sexual harassment?

Semanoff Ormsby Greenberg & Torchia's Michael J. Torchia explores sexual harassment policies: how a company should prepare to respond ahead of any allegations, and the role attorneys play in the event of an emergency.

Implement Enterprise Risk Management to survive disaster

Kreischer Miller's Brian Sharkey talks about the impact of ERMs on companies’ continuity and value.

Understand the differences between incentive, non-qualified stock options

Semanoff Ormsby Greenberg & Torchia's Jill M. Bellak shares the differences in the two types of stock options, and how to avoid missteps in granting options to employees and non-employees.

Addressing these areas of your business could unlock its potential

Kreischer Miller's Todd E. Crouthamel looks at the many obstacles to growth in today’s businesses, their sources and how to address them.