Potholes on the Ethical Road from Investigation to Prosecution

Date: November 19, 2015 at 2 p.m. EDT

Description:
Learn how ethical issues arise throughout the life of a file from investigation to prosecution, and the impacts of ethical choices, by exploring a series of real-life examples. This webinar provides an overview of the sources of ethical guidance for anti-fraud professionals and how to use them. This includes current and practical scenarios for fraud investigations, and examples of programs and best practices to ensure the best outcome in the fight against fraud.

Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
Course Level: Overview
Prerequisites (recommended): None
Advanced preparation: None
Duration: 100 minutes
CPE Credit: 2

You will learn how to:

  • Identify the sources of ethical guidance (and how to use them) for anti-fraud professionals
  • Recognize the types of ethical issues and dilemmas that can arise during investigations
  • Determine the impact that decisions relating to ethical issues can have on the outcome of an investigation
  • Choose best practices in ethical decision making for CFEs

Target Audience:

  • Lawyers and legal professionals
  • Investigators
  • Accountants
  • Creditors
  • CFEs and other anti-fraud professionals

Delivery Format: Group Internet Based

 

Brigeeta Richdale

Brigeeta C. Richdale
Bennett Jones
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