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Ethical Considerations when Measuring Damages - In Application for CLE

December 09, 2021
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST

Natasha Morales
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When measuring economic damages, the substance is just as critical as the form. A key component of the economic damages puzzle is ethics. Attorneys and the forensic accountants who support them must both be mindful of the ethical principles and considerations surrounding the calculation of economic damages. 
 
This course will review relevant ethical considerations and will highlight concerns regarding judgment used in the development of a damages opinion, the forensic accountants professional standards, ethical issues and considerations related to economic damages analyses, and case examples where damages misstatements were identified.

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John Petrancosta, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA, CFE - Director, Forensics, BDO USA, LLP 
 
At the end of the session, the participant will be able to successfully:
  • Define Ethics;
  • Describe the different types of ethical rules governing their work
  • Discuss ethical considerations for the forensic accounting / damages expert;
  • Describe ethical issues and considerations for measuring economic damages; and
  • Apply additional understanding through practical examples and discussion.
Delivery: This webinar will be delivered via the Live BDO Network
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None
Credits: 1.0 CPE credit in the field of Behavioral Ethics
Program Level: Basic
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