I am providing a link to a Journal of Accountancy June 23, 2022, article discussing new PEEC and ASB requirements for CPAs regarding how to handle situations that involve noncompliance with laws and regulations (NOCLAR). These new requirements have been in the works for a few years. It is important to note that the new requirements pertain to both outside (independent) and inside (in-house) accountants and auditors. In certain situations noncompliance with laws and regulations can also relate to CAMs (critical audit matters), and, of course, can raise a whole range of other possible issues including, for example, possible internal investigations and disciplinary actions.
Here is the link to the Journal of Accountancy article, and below that I have provided a partial snapshot of the article: https://www.journalofaccountancy.com/news/2022/jun/peec-asb-issue-new-requirements-cpas-regarding-noclar.html#:~:text=The%20AICPA%20Professional%20Ethics%20Executive%20Committee%20%28PEEC%29%20recently,%28NOCLAR%29%20within%20the%20AICPA%20Code%20of%20Professional%20Conduct
Regarding CAMs (critical audit matters), the following link to a post on my prior blog (auditcommitteeupdate.com) contains links to three or four fairly recent (2019 and 2020) blog discussions: https://wordpress.com/post/auditcommitteeupdate.com/1769
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David Tate, Esq. (and inactive CPA)
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