Sequor Law Summer Series: Deconstructing Fraud: Entering the Mind through Financial Investigation

28 Jul , 2021

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Every fraud case presents unique challenges, whether it is determining the intent of the fraudster, unwinding the fraudulent scheme, or recovering value. This presentation will help you build an arsenal of tools to leverage financial investigations and pierce through the fog to crack your case. Through the use of relevant case studies, we will discuss strategy and techniques that may be deployed to obtain and evaluate relevant evidence to identify indicia of fraud and pattern of conduct to understand the human element behind the fraud and, ultimately, successfully prosecute your case.

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