Forensic Accounting: When the Office is a Crime Scene
CPAs and attorneys provide expert advice when financial fraud has occurred. After taking this course, CPAs and attorneys will better understand the necessary tools to perform sound due diligence and contribute to thorough, defendable fraud investigations successfully.
- Discuss how to prepare for an investigation
- Review paper and electronic evidence handling procedures
- Examine the process of preserving, analyzing, and evaluating evidence
- Review how to conduct the investigation efficiently
- Discuss the characteristics of a quality investigative report that can be used in court
- Evaluate options for civil or criminal legal action
Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE
Robert Nordlander is the principal member of Nordlander CPA, PLLC, a forensic accounting and tax resolution firm. He is a retired Special Agent with the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation. He has over 20 years of experience conducting federal criminal investigations to include tax evasion, money laundering, and other white-collar violations. As an international speaker, he teaches money laundering and forensic accounting to law enforcement, bank officials, attorneys, and court personnel.
Rodney Dickerson is a retired Special Agent with the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation. He has 20 years of experience conducting criminal investigations to include fraud, tax evasion, money laundering, and bank secrecy act violations.
For the last seven years, he specialized in computer forensics which involves the acquisition, verification, and examination of digital evidence. He is a Certified EnCase and NUIX Examiner with additional certifications in Blacklight, CompTIA A+, and Network+. Rodney currently works with forensic accountants and IT Specialists as the need for acquisition and examination of digital evidence becomes more prevalent with the growth of technology and digital storage.
||Friday, June 3rd, 2022. 9:00 AM to 1:15 PM EST
||Your home or office
||Robert Nordlander, CPA, CFE and Rodney Dickerson
||4 Accounting CPE
||4 Substantive CLE
||FREE for ALA Members / $49 for Non-Members
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