Recovering The Proceeds of Fraud (Workbook Self-Study)


CPE Credit: 12 
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Understanding of basic fraud examination techniques


Description:

Recovering damages from a fraud case can be complicated. This self-study course will help you enhance your ability to recover ill-gotten gains by covering the various legal theories, actual and punitive damages, and evidence required to document losses. 

A perfect companion course to the ACFE’s self-study course, Making Crime Pay: How to Locate Hidden Assets, this course is designed for fraud examiners, auditors, expert witnesses and loss prevention personnel. 

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Please note: To be eligible for CPE credit, you must complete the final exam within one year of purchase date. You may only claim CPE credit for a course once.


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CPE Information:

You Will Learn How To: 

  • Relate key information about the legal causes of action available in fraud recovery cases
  • Select a legal basis for recovery that is appropriate to a particular set of facts and circumstances
  • Compare the various common law and statutory actions available in fraud recovery cases
  • Recognize the various remedies available in fraud recovery cases
  • Identify alternative, non-litigation based approaches for recovering fraud losses
  • Recall and compare the different mechanisms for searching for and locating the proceeds of fraud and demonstrate knowledge about their complexities


ADVANCED PREPARATION: NONE

FIELD OF STUDY: BUSINESS LAW

LAST UPDATED: DECEMBER 2017

DELIVERY METHOD: QAS SELF-STUDY

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