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the deterrence and detection of restatements or frauds) has been affected by trends in restatement and fraud from 2000 to 2014.
Our results provide evidence that the likelihood of CEO or CFO turnover significantly increases for companies with higher restatement severity.
The report notes that increased restatements beginning in 2003 could be attributed to the implementation of internal control reporting under Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404.
Another general principle of the restatement rule requires that a suing party justifiably rely on the information or work product the accountant provided.
com/research/dz47jv/2011_financial_res) has announced the addition of the "2011 Financial Restatements - An Eleven Year Comparison" report to their offering.
The first was that restatements grew nearly 18-fold, from 90 in 1997 to 1,577 in 2006, with an acceleration in restatement activity occurring in 2001 before the implementation of SOX.
For instance, how many of the 1,295 restatements indicate fraud or intentional deception, vs.
Misconceptions regarding these changes, especially about who the restatement requirements apply to, are many, Dodsworth says.
The court analyzed the plaintiff's state law claim against the firm under Restatement (second) of Torts section 552 as well.
The expected increased loss for the three month and nine month periods discussed above results from higher production costs as a result of fixed production costs spread over lower than planned production output, increases in some direct production costs, and substantial costs related to restatement and filing of the Company's Form 10-K/A.
Thus, the percentage of stealth restatements that deal with core accounts is not any higher than the total restatement population.