After investing 20 years in government service working in the Morris County Prosecutors Office, by 2002 Darryl Neier was ready to embark on a new path.

When the National Director of what was then a “Big Eight” accounting firm floated an idea, asking him lead a forensic practice at the firm, he planted a seed in Darryl’s mind. He had worked closely with forensic accountants during his career but had not thought about carving out a new role in the area for himself. He was “bit” by the entrepreneurial bug and the idea began to take shape. Having enjoyed a long friendship with Bobbi and Harold Sobel, SobelCo was naturally the first place Darryl turned to with his concept for launching a Forensic Practice.