RK&O partner Arthur Greenspan quoted by Corporate Counsel on higher scrutiny of financial statements

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April 6, 2020

In this article published by Corporate Counsel, RK&O partner Arthur Greenspan suggests that there could be higher scrutiny of financial statements during these unprecedented times.

"The simplest point is, I think, companies and their general counsel need to work with their CFOs [chief financial officers] and auditors to ensure that all their numbers in their first-quarter financial statements, particularly revenues and losses, are accurate and defensible because they will certainly be scrutinized," Mr. Greenspan explains.

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