11030Still Time "Investigative Ethics" seminar
- Jun 10, 2007There is still time to register for the "investigative Ethics:
Realities in Practice" seminar sponsored by the Los Angeles Chapter
of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners on Thursday,
June 14th, 2007 at the main campus of Loyola Marymount University.
Bruce Hulme and James P. Carino, Jr., Executive Director of
Intelnet, will be addressing the kind of conduct that brings about
SB 328. Directions to the event and the link to register are on the
chapter's website at http://www.la-acfe.org/seminar/seminar.html
More details follow:
The Los Angeles Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud
Examiners (ACFE) is proud to announce that it is one of the sponsors
of the "Investigative Ethics: Realities in Practice" seminar along
with Loyola Marymount University Center for Accounting Ethics,
Governance, and the Public Interest.
World class practitioners in their respective fields will explore
the realities of investigative ethics in presentations and a panel
http://www.la-acfe.org/seminar/seminar/html). The seminar will allow
fraud and other investigative professionals to network with their
peers and mingle with potential clients while learning from leaders
in our profession.
The seminar will be held at the main campus of scenic Loyola
Marymount University, one of the top 10 most beautiful campuses in
the United States.
Seminar Info at a Glance:
Date: June 14th, 2007 (Flag Day)
Location: Loyola Marymount University, LA Main Campus, Westchester,
Registration: 8:30 AM.
Seminar: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Continuing Education Credit: 7 hours CPE credit and MCLE credit
Title: "Investigative Ethics: Realities in Practice"
For registration and links to maps and speaker bios, go to
$125Investigative Professionals/Allied Fields/Public
$105LA-ACFE Chapter Members
$115Other ACFE Members
$135After 6/8/07 and at the door
Price includes light breakfast, lunch, and parking.
Group Discounts are available. Contact the la-acfe
for more information about the discount.
Snapshot of presenters:
Stand alone presentations in the morning by:
Richard Horowitz, Esq.: Internationally recognized expert in
terrorism, money laundering and investigations, and the legal and
ethical aspects of acquiring competitive intelligence.
Bruce Hulme: New York private investigator, CFE, legislative chair
for the NCISS, and frequent testifier before Congress and various
federal and state commissions regarding laws affecting investigators.
Bunny Greenhouse: Former Chief Contracting Officer, U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers, Iraq Hurricane Katrina Whistleblower.
Gabriel Romero: Director of Marketing for The Network, Inc. at lunch.
In the afternoon:
Short presentations by experts in the fields of computer forensics,
private investigation and security, competitive intelligence, and
fraud examination followed by a panel discussion among the four
guided by Dr. Lawrence Kalbers, Director of the Center of Accounting
Ethics, Governance, and the Public Interest at Loyola Marymount.
Roy M. Miller of Miller Computing Company (Computer Forensics).
James P. Carino, Jr., CPP, VSM; Executive Director of Intelnet
(Private investigation and Security).
Hal Kempfer, founder of Knowledge & Intelligence Program
Professionals (Competitive Intelligence).
Don Mullinax, Principal at Deloitte Financial Services, LLP;
Chairman of the Board of Regents of the ACFE, and former Inspector
General of LAUSD (Fraud Examination).
Sarah J. Carson
President, LA Chapter ACFE
CA PI 17758 and NY PI 11000088041