Dulek's Improper Professional Ethics

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On August 29, 2016, The Securities and Exchange Commission found that Dulek had engaged in improper professional conduct by engaging in repeated instances of unreasonable conduct indicating a lack of competence to practice before the Commission. Consequently, the Commission deemed it appropriate to deny Dulek the privilege of practicing as an accountant for three consecutive years. Upon the completion of his third year, Dulek may request that the Commission consider his application to resume practicing as a preparer or reviewer of any public company’s financial statements, which are filed with the Commission. In addition, the public accounting firm, which Dulek is associated, must be both registered with the PCAOB in accordance with the Sarbanes-Oxley
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