"Who's who" of Georgia professionals to speak at 9/18/09 event
Next Friday's 2nd Annual Fraud & Forensic Accounting Conference, presented by the Forensic and Valuation Services (FVS) Section of the Georgia Society of CPAs, will provide CPA practitioners a wide array of relevant topics to help sharpen their FVS-related skills. Sessions and speakers are as follows:
The New Hard Times: Business Crimes, Ponzi Schemes and Affinity Frauds, Bill Jennings, Navigant Consulting, Inc.
Building and Expanding Your FVS Practice, Howard Zandman, Tauber & Balser, P.C.
Raising the Bar: The 7 Habits of the Highly Effective Rainmaker, Robin Hensley, Raising the Bar
Fraud Investigation: A Composite Case Study, David Sawyer, Sawyer & Company
Evidence Management & E-Discovery, Brent Tarr and Brendan Sullivan, eMagSolutions
Analysis Do’s and Don’ts – Valuation Approaches to Use in Turbulent Times, Rob Taylor, Taylor Consulting Group
How to Predict Impending Financial Crisis Before the Numbers Reveal It, Frank Chamberlain, Frank Chamberlain, Inc.
The Effective Use of Communication in Expert Witness Testimony, Dean Driskell, FTI Consulting
Family Law Financial Forensics – A Panel Discussion, Laurie Dyke, Investigative Accounting Group, LLC (Moderator); Lyn Reagan, Bennett Thrasher PC; Linda Schaeffer, Frazier & Deeter LLC; Paul Tigner, FairShare Financial PC; Scott Thurman, Thurman Financial Consulting, Inc.
Understanding eDiscovery in Corporate America, David Benton, The Home Depot
The conference drew over 150 attendees last year and is designed for Georgia CPAs, however their should be several slots open for other registrants. Click here for more information.