Washington (May 8, 2003) -- Following the defection of five partners and some $8 million in audit business from Grassi & Co., to its Long Island rival Marcum & Kliegman, networking and software consulting firm DynTek announced this week that it has moved its audit work to M&K.
M&K managing partner Jeffrey Weiner attributed the auditor switch to the personnel changes at Grassi & Co.
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