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Forensic Accounting & Business Valuation (2 Conference Special)

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Overview

Forensic Accounting and Litigation Conference

Who should attend: CPAs and financial professionals who want to explore commonly accepted approaches and methodologies used by forensic accountants, investigators and financial managers

Business Valuation and Litigation Conference

Who should attend: Valuation analysts who have to deal with business valuation issues for a variety of uses

Agenda

Thursday, Aug 22nd

8:00AM TO 9:15AM / General Sessions

Arlen Lasinsky, Director Advisory, Marcum LLP


9:15AM TO 10:05AM / General Sessions

Paul Buta, United States Secret Service Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation

This session will be about current trends we see in the Business Email Compromise fraud scheme and the Financial fraud Kill Chain.


10:15AM TO 11:05AM / General Sessions

Mark Fenzel, Middleton Reutlinger PSC

Robert Gray, Partner, Gray Schrupp & Associates PLLC


11:05AM TO 12:20PM / General Sessions

Dennis Murrell, Middleton Reutlinger PSC

Glenn Newman, Newman Forensics LLC


12:50PM TO 2:05PM / General Sessions

Angela Bisig, Kentucky Court of Justice

Joan Byer, Jefferson Circuit Court Division One/Judicial Center

Charles Cunningham, Kentucky Court of Justice


2:05PM TO 2:55PM / General Sessions

Robert Pay, Alvarez & Marsal


3:05PM TO 4:20PM / General Sessions

David Duffus, Baker Tilly

The presentation will discuss two of the new practice aids issues by the AICPA.

The participants will develop any understanding of the issues addressed in each practice aid and how they may be relevant to the analysis of damages.


4:20PM TO 5:10PM / General Sessions

Elizabeth Woodward, Shareholder, Dean Dorton PLLC


Friday, Aug 23rd

8:00AM TO 8:50AM / General Sessions

Harold Martin, Keiter Valuation and Forensic Service

Professional Competence, states that analysts should “use professional judgment in developing the estimate of value.”   Many analysts use professional judgement as a defense in justifying positions taken in a litigation regardless of whether their “judgment” is reasonable or not.  However, SSVS also requires that analysts “consider and apply appropriate valuation approaches and methods” in addition to exercising judgment – and this provision in SSVS is often overlooked.  This seminar will present a discussion of this issue and will be illustrated with actual litigation case studies.<?xml:namespace prefix="u5" />


8:50AM TO 10:05AM / General Sessions

Thomas Hilton, Partner, Anders Minkler Huber & Helm LLP

This session will focus on a model of effective persuasion, based upon Aristotle’s Rhetoric that can be used by testifying experts to increase his/her effectiveness in the courtroom.

The session will include video examples to demonstrate the various components of effective persuasion.

Learning Objectives:

  • *Understand the meaning of ethos, pathos, and logos as explained by Aristotle in evoking effective communication

*Obtain insight as to how to evoke ethos, pathos, and logos in the audience to more effectively communicate

*Create an awareness of diction and syntax in choosing words to communicate

10:15AM TO 11:05AM / General Sessions

Jarit Loughmiller, Partner, Blue & Co LLC

SBA lending and business valuation impact.

Learning objective: Highlight and overview of SBA lending efforts and the opportunities connected to business valuation efforts.


11:05AM TO 12:20PM / General Sessions

Alan Stone, Partner, Milbank

This session will discuss recent trends in valuation in Delaware case law. The learning objective of this session is to learn about how to prepare and shape a valuation case for Delaware courts.


12:50PM TO 2:05PM / General Sessions

Harold Martin, Keiter Valuation and Forensic Service

There are now three major sources for empirical cost of capital data:

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1. Duff & Phelps Cost of Capital Pro
2. BVR Cost of Capital Navigator
3. Damodaran

In this session, participants will learn the about each of these three sources and their respective strengths and weaknesses.


2:05PM TO 2:55PM / General Sessions

Tom Banks, Straw-Boone Doheny Banks Bowman & Mud

Melissa DeArk, Associate Director Litigation Consult, Dean Dorton PLLC

Personal v. Enterprise Goodwill in Family Law


3:05PM TO 3:55PM / General Sessions

Elizabeth Woodward, Shareholder, Dean Dorton PLLC


3:55PM TO 5:10PM / General Sessions

Angela Marshall, Partner, MCM CPAs & Advisors LLP


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Event Code:

FABV822

20 CPE Credits
General: 20 Credits

Registration

Member Price:
$529 $579
Non-member Price:
$729 $779
    Register by August 23rd for Early Bird Pricing.

    Registration is open through 08/21.

    Thursday, August 22nd

    8:00am to 5:20pm
    (Check-In 7:30am)

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    Gratzer Education Center

    1735 Alliant Ave.
    Louisville, KY 40299

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