The Forensic and Valuation Services Section of the Georgia Society of CPAs will host its 4th annual Fraud & Forensic Accounting Conference on September 16, 2011. Experts in fraud identification, investigation, reporting and deterrence will provide training in forensic techniques as well as litigation support and expert witnessing. Morning general sessions will include presentations on the true story of Fraudulent Intention$, the Richard Scrushy story, and what types of fraud are targets for Federal prosecution. A variety of afternoon breakout sessions will allow attendees to design their own learning program by selecting from specialized sessions pertaining to all facets of forensic accounting and fraud investigation, including an afternoon-long trial simulation of a divorcing couple. Read the full conference brochure.