The DLA Difference:

  • Internal Audit

    DLA's Internal Audit practice offers companies Outsourced or Co-sourced Internal Audit, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance and other audit services.

  • Forensics, Valuation & Litigation Support

    DLA’s Forensics, Valuation & Litigation Support group provides clients with top support and solutions on a wide variety of forensic and financial matters as it relates to the litigation process.

  • Compliance

    DLA offers a full service approach to securities regulatory compliance. Our method has been developed based on our experience, our clients' needs and our ability to navigate a constantly changing regulatory environment.

  • Accounting Advisory

    DLA’s Accounting Advisory services assist finance leaders in addressing the strategic accounting and financial reporting challenges facing their businesses and finance functions.

  • IT Services

    DLA’s IT Services practice provides cross-functional and diverse industry experience to improve operational performance, reduce business complexities, increase controls and optimize processes.

Client Testimonials

"DLA offered our team forward looking solutions using their 'real world' experience. They fielded a great team of outstanding client service professionals and we continue to reach out to them as needs arise."

- Mr. John Morrissey, CFO of Fortress Private Equity and Controller of Fortress Investment Group

"DLA's excellent professional service, dedication to our firm, and the ability to adapt to our environment should be a benchmark to all others in their industry."

- Kimco Realty Corporation

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By Scott Levy, CPA 2018 is expected to be a hot year for mergers and acquisitions. But accounting for these transactions under U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) can be complicated, especially if the deal involves intangible assets. Fortunately, the Financial … read more

Related-Party Transactions

By Scott Levy, CPA Business owners generally prefer to work with entities they know and trust. But related-party transactions can provide opportunities for individuals to act in a manner that’s inconsistent with the interests of shareholders. That’s why auditors take pains … read more