Clark Hill Attorney, Russell D. Duncan, co-author of Law360 article, “15 Years of SOX: Avoiding PCAOB Enforcement Sanctions”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On August 7, 2017 Law360 published the article, “15 Years of SOX: Avoiding PCAOB Enforcement Sanctions” co-authored by Clark Hill attorney, Russell Duncan.
The article discusses the Sarbanes- Oxley Act of 2002, and its influence on corporate financial disclosures and accounting fraud.
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Russell D. Duncan is a member in the Litigation Business Unit in the Washington, D.C. office.
As one of the few attorneys to have served as senior trial attorney for the U. S. Attorney’s Office in D.C., trial counsel for the SEC, and enforcement counsel for the PCAOB, Russell understands the tactics of prosecutors, regulators, and government enforcement agencies. Russell has used his experience as a government lawyer to assist clients in over six hundred and fifty matters. His clients, including CEO’s, CFO’s, accountants, directors, and other professionals describe Russell’s temperament and negotiation skill as crucial to his success in resolving their issues with the government, frequently without expensive litigation. They also know that he has the litigation experience to prevail against the government in court, if necessary.
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