Anti-fraud professionals must become familiar with fundamental legal concepts involved in a fraud examination. Fraud examiners should know how to communicate effectively with attorneys, how to become expert witnesses and how to maintain the rights of the subjects of their inquiries.
Working with Attorneys in Fraud Examinations
One of the most common and important relationships in fraud examinations is the one between the fraud examiner and the attorneys involved, including inside counsel, external counsel and prosecutors. This course examines the role of fraud examiners and attorneys in an investigation, as well as the best way to develop those relationships in various circumstances.
Fundamentals of Fraud Examination: Legal Elements
The CFE as an Expert Witness
Corporate Probation: The Use of Independent Monitors to Improve Compliance and Prevent Fraud
The Fraud Trial
Legal Elements of a Fraud Examination
Anti-fraud professionals must be aware of the legal issues that affect all financial investigations. This basic-level course is designed to cover the legal issues that you and your client or employer might face during a fraud examination.
Advanced Fraud Examination Techniques
Principles of Fraud Examination
How to Testify
Books & Manuals
Depositions: The Comprehensive Guide for Expert Witnesses
The overwhelming majority of all testimony given by expert witnesses is given in depositions. This book shows expert witnesses how to excel during their depositions.
Cross-Examination: The Comprehensive Guide for Experts
How to Become a Dangerous Expert Witness
Writing & Defending Your Expert Report
Canadian Law & Private Investigations
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: A Practical Resource for Managers and Executives
The A-Z Guide to Expert Witnessing
The Expert Witness Marketing Book