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Understanding Financial Litigation for CPAs/Financial Advisors


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Financial Litigation Training Even if You Do Not Intend to Earn a Financial Litigation Credential

Special OfferDue to increased regulation and regulatory enforcement, an increasing number of financial crimes, and a record number of bankruptcies and corporate restructurings, the demand for financial litigation and forensic accounting services is set to soar.

This webinar series is designed to help CPAs and other financial service professionals understand the professional responsibilities and legal underpinnings necessary to provide credible financial forensics services, along with an overview of the highest growth areas of financial forensics practice.

This webinar series does not replace any of the requirements for achieving the Master Analyst in Financial Forensics® (MAFF®) credential. It will, however, enhance preparation for any financial litigation credential.

How You Will Benefit
After completing this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Explain the responsibilities of practicing in financial forensics
  • Relate the legal principles and parameters for damage analysis and measurement for commercial, personal, and intellectual property damages
  • Classify the fundamental principles underlying the valuation of business enterprises
  • Determine the unique analyses specific to matrimonial disputes
  • Define the principles and procedures that may be employed to prevent fraud in the business environment
  • Specify the scope of tasks involved in bankruptcy, insolvency, and reorganization engagements

What You Will Cover
Part 1: Professional Responsibilities and the Legal Environment
Part 2: Damages Analysis and Measurement—Commercial, Personal, and Intellectual Property
Part 3: Business Valuation in Litigation and Family Law Forensics
Part 4: Business Fraud—Prevention, Detection, and Response
Part 5: Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Reorganization

Introduction to Financial Litigation
Money drives the economy. Disagreements about money lead to lawsuits and drive the legal system. Lawsuits involving money create opportunities for financial professionals to render valuable services to the legal community in the area of dispute resolution. Contractual disputes, employment disputes, marital dissolution, patent infringement, copyright and trademark disputes, and financial misappropriation can typically be resolved only with directive input from the financial professionals. Not many years ago this world of financial litigation was the Wild, Wild West in which there were not many guidelines and the professionals shot from the hip. Today, financial litigation consists of numerous related and well evolved disciplines supported by research, data and empirical evidence, and governed by accepted approaches, methodologies, and professional standards. 
 
NACVA’s MAFF curriculum surveys the environment and each of the primary financial specialties: Business Damages, Intellectual Property Damages, Matrimonial Litigation, Business Valuation, Fraud, Bankruptcy Insolvency and Restructuring, and Computer Forensics. In this webinar we will address an overview of the financial litigation world and highlights of financial professional’s role and core forensic skills in litigation.
 
How You Will Benefit
After completing this course, attendees will be able to:
 
  • List the primary areas of litigation in which financial professionals can be key participants in the resolution process
  • Explain the challenges faced by financial professionals and approaches to being most effective
  • Describe the various roles that a financial professional can assume in the litigation process
  • Outline the key legal concepts and professional standards that govern the financial litigation professional’s work
  • Select the area or areas of financial litigation best suited to a financial professional’s qualifications and skillset

Who Should Attend

CPAs, valuation experts, economists, and other financial professionals who render services designed to assist in the resolution of legal disputes involving financial matters, or are interested to move their practice into these areas.


To register, select the date you would like to attend and click the "Register Online" button for our online event registration. Contact Member/Client Services at (800) 677-2009 for questions or registration assistance.
  One-Day Live Online Introduction to Financial Litigation Webinar Schedule
    Dates   Time    
     
CPE: 1 Hr
October 10, 2019 Thursday,
2:30–3:30 p.m. ET
Register Online
January 15, 2020  Wednesday,
2:30–3:30 p.m. ET
Call Member/Client Services at (800) 677-2009 for Registration
April 29, 2020  Wednesday,
2:30–3:30 p.m. ET
Call Member/Client Services at (800) 677-2009 for Registration

Pricing  Non-Member Member
Five-Day Webinar (10 Hrs CPE) $720 $648

CPE Hours—One-Day Live Online Introduction Webinar
Delivery Method Group Internet-Based
Program Level Overview
Advanced Preparation None
Prerequisites None
Fields of Study Accounting 1
Total CPE Hours   1


For more information regarding CPE, Program Levels, and Fields of Study, please click here.

Understanding Financial Litigation—Certificate of Educational Achievement
A Certificate of Educational Achievement (CEA) in Financial Litigation will be awarded to course attendees who successfully complete and pass a short quiz administered at the conclusion of each day.

While the CEA is a valuable recognition of educational achievement that can enhance your professional development, there is no professional or other credential associated with the certificate, and certificate holders may not claim to be certified, licensed, accredited, or registered to engage in a specific occupation or profession. 

It makes no claims as to your proficiency in conducting any specific task or job related to the training. Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit is only earned through attendance at the course and complying with daily attendance verification. Additional CPE is not awarded for obtaining the CEA. The daily quizzes are based on the educational content and learning objectives of the course.