Gain and build a solid understanding of the issues while networking with your attorney and CPA colleagues

This conference is eligible for CLE credits (Areas of Professional Practice)

October 24, 2013
Citi Conference Center
388 Greenwich Street, 26th Floor
New York, NY 10013
8:30 a.m.—12:45 p.m.

Highlights

  • Accountants’ level of services to the legal profession—applicability of traditional and/or non-traditional services to various legal situations
  • Lost profits damages
  • A primer to fraud and internal controls—preventive and detective controls
  • Forensic computing—best practices and challenges

Who should attend? Attorneys and CPAs with minimal as well as extensive experience

Why should you attend? To gain an understanding of the issues involved in four areas of forensic accounting: 1) accountants’ level of services, 2) lost profit damages, 3) internal controls, 4) forensic computing

Recommended CLE/CPE Credits:

4.00 CLE hours (Areas of Professional Practice)
4 CPE hours (2 Auditing; 2 Advisory Services)

Financial Aid is available. Please contact 800-537-3635 for information


This is a FAE Value Pass Eligible Course. Save on 2013 CPE with FAE VP.
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