William H. Tobolsky, Esq. recently presented at the Construction Fraud – From the Field to the Back Office seminar before a large audience of CFMA members and guests.
In his presentation, Tobolsky and other speakers discussed numerous elements of fraud in the construction industry, including financial fraud and tax evasion by owners, misappropriation and theft by employees, IT fraud, fraud on the job-site itself including no-show billed hours, substituting inferior products for the one’s specified and billed for, Ponzi schemes and job pyramiding, and finally, detection of fraud, through tips, IT audit, internal procedures, and the like.
With astute legal knowledge, creative ability and skill, Tobolsky has been efficiently assisting clients with complex business and litigation matters for over 30 years. His range of practice provides counsel to a large array of businesses including regional construction companies, employers representing the manufacturing and service sectors, as well as non-profits, religious institutions and charitable foundations and others in dispute.
Widely published, Tobolsky has held editorial positions with National Trial Lawyer, New Jersey Trial Lawyer and Rutgers-Camden Law Journal, and is a regular columnist in the Barrister, Camden County Bar Association’s monthly publication. Tobolsky has also served as co-editor of New Jersey State Bar Association’s Construction Law Section newsletter. He published earlier this year in Construction Executive magazine in its Legally Speaking column. He was recently appointed as a delegate of the Camden County Bar Association to the General Council of the New Jersey State Bar Association.
Tobolsky is a member of the Marketing and Education and Governmental Affairs Committees of the Associated Builders and Contractors – New Jersey Chapter. Moreover, he has also served as co-chair of the Construction Law Section Newsletter Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and a subcommittee of the American Bar Association Committee on Business and Commercial Litigation.