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To Catch a Thief: Proactive Planning in Response to Employee Theft (School District Conference)

CPE

CPE Credits
1-A&A

Details

 Pricing

PICPA Member: $0 | Nonmember: $39


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Course No.
ON-DEMAND
Level
Update
Prerequisites
None
Note

You will have up to 90 days after the date of purchase to complete the course and take the exam.

Description

CPE without leaving your office!

Identify the key controls to prevent employee theft and protect the bottom line.

Hear Lisa Myers, CPA, CFE, MAFF and Theresa Mongiovi, JD, cover the following:

  • Impact of fraud
  • Proactive prevention
    • Pre-employment screening
    • Internal controls
    • Annual audits
  • Response to suspected fraud
    • Internal investigation
    • Response to confirmed theft


Speaker(s)

LISA A. MYERS, CPA, CFE, CFFA, FCPA

Partner

Boyer & Ritter CPAs

 

Lisa has over 22 years of experience providing auditing, accounting and consulting services to associations, civicand community societies, charitable organizations, educational institutions, community foundations, social clubs,and governmental entities. She is an integral part of B&R’s Government Services Group and has extensive experience serving clients who are subject to the Single Audit Act Requirements.

 

Lisa is also a key part of B&R’s Forensic, Valuation, and Litigation Support Services Group and has extensive experience serving those in need of fraud and forensic accounting services. She served as the lead investigator on white collar crime investigations which to date has resulted in the discovery of over $4,500,000 of misappropriated assets.

 

Theresa A. Mongiovi, Esquire
Partner & Chair, Employment and Labor Law Department
Brubaker, Connaughton Goss & Lucarelli LLC

Theresa is a partner at BCGL and the Chair of the Employment and Labor Law Department. She concentrates her practice in representing businesses, municipalities, non-profits, and executives in all aspects of the employment relationship. She also represents clients in business and commercial litigation. She helps clients with business counseling and disputes, executive compensation and contracts, employee manuals, discipline and termination, workplace investigations, enforcement of restrictive covenants, employee misconduct and theft, policy development and review, and discrimination defense. Her knowledge of state and federal laws, including FMLA, ADA, ADEA, Title VII, and wage and hour, coupled with experience in defending claims enables her to fully support her client’s needs. Theresa conducts training for businesses and for professional and community organizations.

Whether in the courtroom, before a state or federal agency, or in the boardroom, Theresa fiercely and creatively advocates for her clients. Theresa has a unique perspective in not only litigating claims, but also helping businesses to develop policies and practices to avoid them. She prides herself on providing legal counseling with professionalism, patience, and levity. What Theresa enjoys most about her career is not only educating her clients about the legal requirements applicable to their business, but also using creative approaches to solve complex legal issues.


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