CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Grant Thornton LLP has been named best Forensic Accounting Provider in the 2017 Best of Corporate Counsel survey conducted by Corporate Counsel magazine. The annual survey ranks the top providers to the in-house corporate legal marketplace.
This award recognizes Grant Thornton’s Forensic Advisory Services practice, which specializes in helping companies and their legal counsel investigate allegations of fraud, waste or abuse and whistleblower claims, as well as understand regulatory issues and manage litigation and dispute proceedings.
“When risk turns into reality, our team is dedicated to providing clients with the clarity they need to determine the best course of action for their organizations,” said Erik Lioy, national managing partner of Grant Thornton’s Forensic Advisory Services practice. “This award is a testament to the knowledge and dedication demonstrated by our professionals as we help our clients manage adversity and protect and transform value across their businesses.”
In addition to earning top marks in the Forensic Accounting Provider category, Grant Thornton was also ranked in the top three for the Business Accounting Provider category – and the Litigation Valuation Provider category.
To learn more about Grant Thornton’s forensic advisory services, visit: www.grantthornton.com/forensics
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