More Investigations Articles

Department of Justice (DOJ)

Building Integrity into the Infrastructure: More and more large public works projects are hiring monitors

Kelly Donovan joined KPMG in November as a managing director in the forensic practice. An accomplished criminal prosecutor for more than 20 years, she held roles with the New York County (Manhattan) District Attorney’s Office, the New York State Office of Inspector General and the New York...

Read More


The Ethical Hacker: Data, Disputes, Discovery and more...I Got 99 Problems, But No Data Ain’t One

A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to meet with some senior in-house counsel from a Fortune 10 company. We were discussing data and the powerful ways analytics can be used in litigation. One of the attorneys appeared somewhat dismayed, saying that while analytics are amazing and she really wanted...

Read More


E-Discovery Stays Unique As It Goes Mainstream: Managing projects today means managing heightened client expectations

As technologies and workflows have evolved, e-discovery has become less arduous – if no less important. To e-discovery veteran Sean King, that means there’s even more pressure on project managers to understand and tailor solutions based on the inherent uniqueness of every engagement....

Read More

Recent Investigations Video