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Do you trust your employees? Or your colleagues? What, if anything, should you do if your answer is no?
Internal corporate fraud is frequently splashed across newspapers and remains a concern that crosses the minds of upper management, employees and investors alike. From the misappropriation of assets to multi-billion dollar collusion schemes, the recurrence of fraud is common but often challenging to detect when it begins.
On Tuesday, February 5, 2013, Fasken Martineau’s Commercial Litigation Group will host a complimentary breakfast seminar to provide an overview of some key prevention and detection measures. In a discussion moderated by Geoff Cowper, panellists Chuck Harrison, Andrew Nathanson, Tracey Cohen and Richard Berrow will be joined by Bob J. Sandy, a partner in PwC’s Consulting Services group, while addressing the following topics:
- Brief overview of internal fraud (including simple theft of goods, fraud and embezzlement, forgery and fraud, bribery and kickbacks, trade-secret theft and Ponzi schemes)
- Preventing internal fraud
- Monitoring for fraud and investigating when it occurs
- Profiling fraudsters
- Potential liability to third parties and insuring against loss
- Responding to misconduct and the potential for recovery
Please join us for this seminar. Register early to secure your seat as space is limited.
Note: Lawyers may apply this 1.5 credit hour seminar towards their Continuing Professional Development requirements under the Law Society of British Columbia.
- 7:30 am - 8:00 am | Registration and Continental Breakfast
- 8:00 am - 9:30 am | Panellist Discussion
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