Conducting Forensic Investigations

Detecting, Responding to and Preventing Financial Fraud

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

About

Detecting, Responding to and Preventing Financial Fraud

In today's demanding marketplace there is a growing expectation for auditors, general counsel, board members and the like, to take responsibility for fraud detection. With enforcement efforts against corporate fraud increasing, the threat of potential criminal liability of internal auditors, general counsel, directors and officers - and even the corporation itself - has never been greater and it is essential that you are thoroughly familiar with spotting and responding to fraud.

American Conference Institute's Conducting Forensic Investigations publication will provide you with strategies for recognizing misrepresentations on financial statements, responding swiftly and efficiently, and disclosing the results of your investigation in a way that minimizes damage to investor confidence. Have access to the most updated information on:

  • Corporate counsel and the SEC's reporting requirements for lawyers
  • complying with document preservation and production obligations
  • Balancing ethics, conduct codes and other regulations with corporate strategies

Contents & Contributors

About

Detecting, Responding to and Preventing Financial Fraud

In today's demanding marketplace there is a growing expectation for auditors, general counsel, board members and the like, to take responsibility for fraud detection. With enforcement efforts against corporate fraud increasing, the threat of potential criminal liability of internal auditors, general counsel, directors and officers - and even the corporation itself - has never been greater and it is essential that you are thoroughly familiar with spotting and responding to fraud.

American Conference Institute's Conducting Forensic Investigations publication will provide you with strategies for recognizing misrepresentations on financial statements, responding swiftly and efficiently, and disclosing the results of your investigation in a way that minimizes damage to investor confidence. Have access to the most updated information on:

  • Corporate counsel and the SEC's reporting requirements for lawyers
  • complying with document preservation and production obligations
  • Balancing ethics, conduct codes and other regulations with corporate strategies

Contents & Contributors


WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN REGULATORS COME KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR?
David P. Bloch, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP (Washington, DC)
Howard Scheck, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP (Washington, DC)

CLIMBING ‘UP THE LADDER': CORPORATE COUNSEL AND THE SEC'S REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR LAWYERS
Karl A. Groskaufmanis, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP (Washington, DC)

INVESTIGATION AND LITIGATION OF SARBANES OXLEY "WHISTLEBLOWER" RETALIATION COMPLAINTS
John Sturc, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP (Washington, DC)
Eugene Scalia, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP (Washington, DC)

COMPLYING WITH DOCUMENT PRESERVATION AND PRODUCTION OBLIGATIONS
Beryl Howell, Stroz Friedberg, LLC (Washington, DC)
Anthony Reid, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP (Jacksonville, FL)
D. Christopher Ohly, Schiff Hardin, LLP (Washington, DC)

OVERVIEW OF THE SEC'S INVESTIGATIVE PROCESS AND PRIORITIES AND CRIMINAL ENFORCEMENT
Jacob Frenkel, Schulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker PA (Rockville, MD)

BALANCING ETHICS, CONDUCT CODES AND OTHER REGULATIONS WITH CORPORATE STRATEGIES
William Sullivan, Winston & Strawn LLP (Washington, DC)



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