Applied Business Strategy will be hosting three complimentary, virtual Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) programs you don’t want to miss. In case you still need 2021 CLE credits.
Business Valuation Issues in Commercial Litigation
Thursday, November 18, 2021 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm ET
Issues of Valuation are becoming increasingly more important in commercial litigation cases. In this CLE, Dean Vomero, Managing Director with Applied Business Strategy and Laura Appleby, Partner with Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath will discuss important parameters that attorneys involved in valuation disputes should consider when presenting their case. These parameters include valuation methods that may not be accepted by the courts, the importance of forecasting cash flow, the significance of Terminal Value, and using guideline companies. Other topics that will be covered include how much data is appropriate, the validity of adjustments, the importance of case law for the valuation professional, and sources of supporting information.
Finding Fraud and Tips for Detection and Prevention
Tuesday, December 7, 2021 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm ET
Occupational fraud is common in many workplaces. This CLE focuses on the Fraud Triangle and causes of fraud. John Stark, Managing Director with Applied Business Strategy, will discuss common fraud tactics and schemes, internal controls, and statistics while incorporating real life examples of fraud in the workplace. We will explore best practices for detection and prevention, and what to do if you or your client suspects fraud.
Cyber Crime – A Threat to All of Us
Tuesday, December 14, 2021 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm ET
Cyber Crime is rapidly accelerating throughout the United States and world. This CLE will discuss the reasons why cyber crime is getting worse and not better and provide you with information to help you in the event your clients come to you with a request for help. We will have a real-life case example that impacted a local Cleveland business and the steps they took to thwart the attack. Tom Pratt, Managing Director with Applied Business Strategy will be joined by, Mike Brian, Special Supervisory Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Tim Opsitnick, EVP and General Counsel for Technology Concepts & Design, Inc. and Linda Pratt, Owner of Navis Events.
All CLE programs have been approved by The State of Ohio Supreme Court for credit.
In order to get CLE credit for attending, you’ll need to virtually “check in” to the event within the first 5 minutes and stay to the last 5 minutes. You will also need to supply the PIN number given during the event.