Beth, a Partner at DGC, a Boston-based public accounting firm, has over 27 years of experience as a forensic accountant. Prior to DGC, Beth co-founded and operated a boutique litigation consulting firm for a decade after 14 years at EY, where her career began. She has extensive experience conducting white collar investigations involving complex accounting rules, alleged accounting fraud/malfeasance, asset misappropriation/embezzlement. She assists counsel with investigation/quantification of alleged white collar crimes and presentations to SEC or DOJ. Beth has testified as an accounting and damages expert at trial, arbitration, and deposition for privately-owned and publicly-traded entities, as well as on behalf of the SEC.
A CPA and Certified in Financial Forensics, Beth advises legal counsel, management, shareholders, and boards of directors on accounting and auditing, financial, valuation and internal control matters in the context of internal investigations, shareholder disputes, post-acquisition and net working capital disputes, business and contract disputes, accountants' liability, and enforcement or regulatory issues. She assists companies with remediation and serves as an independent monitor.
Professional Leadership Positions:
Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers (appointed by the SJC)
AICPA Joint Trial Board
Massachusetts Society of CPAs Co-chair Litigation Consulting/Business Valuation Committee
American Arbitration Association – Roster of Arbitrators