New York (May 14, 2003) -- By all accounts, business is booming for forensic accountants, thanks in part, many firms say, to an uptick in internal corporate investigations spurred by Sarbanes-Oxley.

While forensic accounting services were once thought to be the domain of only the largest firms, a number of firms beyond the Big Four have branched out and built lucrative practices in one of the profession’s hottest niche services -- forensic accounting. Among them are New York-based firms Eisner and Berdon, Chicago-based Grant Thornton, Clifton Gunderson in Peoria, Ill., and Denver-based RGL Forensic Accountants & Consultants.

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