SELECTED CASES 1980 – 1989
1980’s EVOLUTION OF LINDQUIST FORENSIC
EXPERIENCE FORENSIC TRAINING IN LARGE CASES
During the 1980s, Lindquist began to work in other countries on a variety of cases. He understood that financial fact-finding reflects the marriage of people and paper — irrespective of culture — in the pursuit of truth, conducted within the rules of evidence. For Lindquist, the term ‘forensic’, which he began to use in the mid-1970s, sets the standard of conduct “suitable to a court of law,” a standard that applies from the first time he meets a potential client.
Lindquist also had the good fortune to meet Jack Bologna, a highly regarded expert on corporate fraud, and together they published a book through John Wiley & Sons in New York entitled “Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting” in 1987; and a second edition in 1995.