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The Evolving Role of Technology in Conducting Investigations and the Provision of Litigation Services

Description

The use of technology has drastically changed the way investigations and litigation cases are conducted. This webcast will explore current technologies impacting the forensic accounting profession, with a special focus on the benefits, risks and challenges it presents when conducting investigations and providing litigation services. This webcast will also discuss how the continued evolution of technology is expected to impact the future of forensic and litigation services.

Learning Objectives

• Recall the impact technology has had on the forensic accounting profession • Identify opportunities to leverage technology in conducting investigations and the provision of litigation services • Describe current technologies being employed by forensic accounting professionals • Recognize key benefits, risks, and challenges related to such technologies • Indicate how technology may impact the forensic accounting profession in the future

Major Topics

• Evolving role of technology in investigation and litigation services

• Benefits, risks and challenges related to the use of technology in forensic and litigation services

• Future impacts on the forensic accounting profession

Provider
AICPA
Course Level
Basic
Professional Area of Focus
Accounting & Auditing
CPE Field of Study
Accounting
1.5
Who Should Attend

Professionals involved with the provision of forensic accounting services including investigation and litigation services

Prerequisites

None

Location
Online
Event Information
When
Jun 16, 2020
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm EDT
Location
Online
Total CPE Credits
1.5
Format
Webcast Replay

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The Evolving Role of Technology in Conducting Investigations and the Provision of Litigation Services


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