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Case Studies in Fraud Prevention and Detection (June 25, 2012)

Case Studies in Fraud Prevention and Detection

Using Case Studies to Help Us Do Our Jobs Better!

Plus: Special Session on Ethics in accordance with ACFE guidelines

And: Year End Chapter Meeting - Another Successful Year for ACFE -DC!

Nothing better than case studies to see how the theory plays out in the real world. While it's important to know the textbook, learning about actual fraud cases provides practical examples on preventing, detecting, and investigating fraud.

During this training, you will have to opportunity to hear from representatives of HHS and NSF Offices of Inspector General, FINRA, and Insurance industry experts.

Join us on Monday June 25, 2012 for a training session worth 8 hours CPE credits.

Key topics to be discussed will be:

  • Health care fraud trends
  • Investigative and audit strategies including use of data analytics
  • Ethics in accordance with ACFE requirements
  • Institutional Grant Fraud - Detection, Prevention, and Case Studies
  • Insurance Fraud - Detection and deterrence
  • More case studies!

Who should attend:

  • Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud specialists
  • Forensic accountants and auditors
  • Internal and independent auditors
  • Criminal investigators from local, state and federal agencies
  • Lawyers, prosecutors and other professionals

DATE: Monday –June 25, 2012

TIME: 8:00AM – 4:00 pm (training starts promptly at 8:30AM)

LOCATION: Patton Boggs Law Firm

2550 M Street, NW

(Between 24th and 25th Streets, near Foggy Bottom and Dupont Circle Metro Stations)

Washington, DC 20037

COST*: (includes breakfast and lunch)

  • Chapter Members $125
  • Non Chapter Members $150

CPE Credits:

· This course offers an opportunity to earn eight (8) continuing professional education credits.

* Full refunds are available anytime when requested prior to 3 days of the event. No refunds will be made for “No Shows” (a “No Show” is a person who registers for a program but who does not cancel registration or attend the program). Any registered person may elect to transfer the registration to another person at anytime. Cancellations can be made only by email at

* Payments can be electronically made anytime prior to the event start. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate "pay at the door" or payment by checks or cash.


Document Name File Size Added By Date
v.1Altiier CFE Insurance Fraud Presentation 6-12.pdf  (6110k) Gregory Paige Jun 27, 2012, 4:05 PM
v.1 Hess NSF OIG.pdf (5706k) Gregory Paige Jun 27, 2012, 4:05 PM
v.1 Hollenhorst 2012 Ethics Course_ACFE_6.25.2012.pdf (2344k) Gregory Paige  Jun 27, 2012, 4:05 PM
v.1 Park Presentation to CFE_June 2012_Fraud Training.pdf (144k) Gregory Paige, Jun 27, 2012, 4:06 PM
v.1 Trussell - Emerging HCF Schemes 6-25-2012.pdf (1017k) Gregory Paige Jun 27, 2012, 4:06 PM
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