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Frank Rudewicz has been admitted to the partnership at West Hartford, Conn.-based blumshapiro (FY17 net revenue of $79.5 million).
Rudewicz joins the firm as a member of the leadership team and will lead the firm’s litigation and valuation practice from the Boston office.
Rudewicz has more than 30 years of experience in conducting domestic and international investigations for fraud, forensic accounting, asset tracking and other litigation related matters. He has appeared on NBC Dateline and Forensic Files for his investigative work and has been appointed a compliance and ethics monitor for a number of organizations within the construction, government and environmental industries.
In addition, Rudewicz is experienced in expert witness testimony and has testified in matters involving forensic accounting, trade secrets, independent investigations and security. He lectures and writes frequently on these topics.
Prior to his appointment at blumshapiro, Rudewicz served as principal, counsel and PIC of forensic services at Marcum LLP.
“A nationally recognized expert in litigation and witness testimony, as well as an educator, lecturer and author, Frank brings an extraordinary breadth of experience and value to blumshapiro. Frank’s earlier experience serving his country and community now reflects his commitment to providing clients with the highest degree of ethical and legal standards,” says CEO Joseph A. Kask.