The TBW v. PwC trial gave the public quite a few interesting disclosures about the audit industry and PwC, including some some pointing to how the firms’ finances, in this case PwC, work.
You might as well be trying to save walruses from an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The Big 4 audit firms’ response plans in the event of catastrophic litigation, if they exist, are likely cookie-cutter boilerplate, out of date, irrelevant and prepared by the same go-to defense lawyers that shill for them and repeatedly negotiate their settlements.
I’ve drawn comparisons between law firm management and audit firm management many times before. Forgive me one more indulgence. Audit professionals are making a significant investment in their firms when they become a partner, according to the report provided by the Center for Audit Quality to ACAP in January of this year. In addition, the […]