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The Law of Fraud and the Forensic Investigator, Fifth Edition
By: David Debenham, LL.B., LL.M., MBA, C.F.I, C.F.E, C.M.A, ACIS, DIFA
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An in-depth analysis of fraud as well as the latest tools and techniques

This book gives lawyers, accountants, internal auditors, and other investigators both an in-depth analysis of fraud, as well as the latest tools, techniques, and methods of handling internal or external fraud engagement. It will provide guidance in terms of documenting fraud, preparing evidence, conducting a fraud investigation, and acting as an expert consultant or expert witness in any eventual litigation or proceedings. It represents the latest thinking on each area of the process, written by a commercial litigation lawyer, trained as both a management accountant and forensic investigator, who has been involved in several prominent cases as the head of the fraud recovery team.

“…this book is a useful resource for the forensic investigation of fraud. Particularly helpful are the checklists, forms and precedents (such as sample orders, injunctions, statements of claim, and a retainer letter).”

From the book review of The Law of Fraud and the Forensic Investigator, 4th Edition, by Susannah Tredwell (2016 Canadian Law Library Review/Revue canadienne des bibliothèques de droit, Volume/Tome 41, No. 2)

About the Author
David Debenham is a partner at McMillan LLP. In addition to an LL.B., LL.M. and an MBA, Mr. Debenham is a Certified Fraud Specialist (C.F.S.), Certified Forensic Investigator (C.F.I.), Certified Fraud Examiner (C.F.E), and Certified Management Accountant (C.M.A.), is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ACIS) and has a Diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting (D.I.F.A.).

As a result, as part of his legal practice, David uses his training as an accountant to trace funds, and assert personal claims against directors and senior managers of corporate debtors. David also taught commercial law at the University of Ottawa for several years.