21
Jan

Doctor to Answer Charges for Overdosing Patients

Recently the mother of a 26 year-old man who died, reported a Pinellas Park doctor to the Florida Board of Medicine.¬† According to the state records, this doctor had prescribed¬† 3,360 oxycodone pills the year before the young man died in 2009. The doctor has been accused of malpractice three times in the past three […]

15
Jan

PCAOB Disciplines Seven Audit Firms

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) announced¬†disciplinary orders against seven audit firms for violating rules requiring that the auditors of brokers and dealers be independent of their audit clients were settled. According to the PCAOB, in the settlements, in addition to a censure, each firm agreed to undertake significant remedial measures, including: To establish […]