Dallas, TX - Legal Elements of Fraud Examination - 10/2018


CPE Credits: 8  

Dallas, TX | October 10, 2018                                       

This course is held in conjunction with the 2-day ACFE seminar, Cyberfraud and Data Breaches. Register for both courses to SAVE an additional $100! 

Anti-fraud professionals must be aware of the legal issues that affect all financial investigations. As courts make decisions on pressing issues and lawmakers enact legislation, it is important for you to not only understand the important aspects of the law, but also any relevant changes. This basic-level course is designed to cover the legal issues that you and your client or employer might face during a fraud examination. 

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Hotel & Venue Information 

Sheraton Dallas Hotel                                                                                                                                     
400 Olive St.                                                                                                                                      
Dallas, TX 75201                                                                                                                                                            
Room Rate*: $229 single/double                                                                                                       
Hotel Phone: (888) 627-8191                                                                                                            
Hotel Cut-Off Date: September 10, 2018


Registration & Fees  

ACFE Member: $295
Non-Member: $395    


Course Leader  

Jacob Parks, J.D., CFE


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