As part of fraud and forensic investigations, fraud examiners review financial statements, asset flows, and employee behaviors. Armed with this knowledge, examiners document and quantify the losses that are incurred. In this course, we will review how economic damages are computed and how key data is used in litigation.
- Review economic damage calculation basics
- Examine how the damage calculations are used by the courts
- Study the recent court cases and likely outcomes of investigations with similar characteristics
Various presenters from the firm EisnerAmper will be presenting during this seminar. EisnerAmper's team has forensic accounting, fraud and investigatory experience from having worked with both privately held and Fortune 500 companies. They have investigated complex financial issues and frauds at a global level, and have provided expert testimony relating to the misconduct and resultant economic damages.
||Friday, December 14th, 2018. 9:00
am to 5:00 pm EST
||Temple University Center City - 1515 Market St, Philadelphia, PA|
||Various presenters from
||8 Accounting CPE
||7 Substantive CLE
Kline Email: email@example.com or Phone: 267-251-3805
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