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December 7, 2010

PwC US expands forensic services team

PwC US has appointed Eric Matrejek as forensic services managing director and Patrick Brady and Didier Lavion as principles.

In his new role Matrejek will focus on helping global organisations with electronic discovery, computer forensics and enterprise technology management issues. He is also responsible for leading PwC’s Chicago forensic technology solutions group, including its computer forensic laboratory and attendant computer forensic specialists.

Matrejek has more than 20 years experience in information technology including implementing enterprise-wide financial systems, complex project management, criminal justice systems, disaster planning and data analytics.

Brady, who was previously a trial attorney with the fraud section of the criminal division of the US Department of Justice, will assist clients in matters dealing with internal investigations of financial matters, foreign corrupt practices act concerns and related global regulatory and compliance issues.

Previously Lavion was principal at Ernst & Young’s fraud investigation and dispute advisory practice and has extensive experience providing litigation and arbitration support, financial, regulatory, and fraud investigation services to multi-national organisations across a variety of industries.

In his new role, Lavion will focus on both regulatory investigations and international arbitration.


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