A security manager for an aerospace company was terminated and sued for wrongful termination. During the time he was employed, he had obtained cell phones for certain employees who were working on classified programs. In order to maintain confidentiality, he paid for the equipment and the cell phone bills personally and requested reimbursement by multiple means: check requests, petty cash requests and expense reports. The Bruce L. Ross & Company. team reviewed data and documents and found evidence that the plaintiff had been requesting and receiving multiple reimbursements for the same expense. The case settled at mediation prior to trial, with the employee keeping only his pension. The employee later plead guilty to criminal charges arising out of the same facts after Bruce L. Ross & Company found many additional instances of fraud.