As a courtesy to our clients and friends, we offer Continuing Legal Education for law firms and attorney groups. The following CLE courses have been approved by the Georgia Bar Association for CLE credit:
- Accounting for Lawyers – This one-hour course is appropriate for attorneys with all levels of experience. We always hear that this course contains excellent content presented in an entertaining manner. Approved for one CLE hour including one Trial Hour.
- Fraud Protocols – A Lawyers Guide to Dealing with Fraud at a Client – This one-hour course is designed to prepare you for the day when your client calls in a panic saying they’ve been defrauded. As their trusted Attorney, you can help and stay in the process until the situation is resolved. Approved for one CLE hour.
- Understanding Lost Profits – This course provides you with an overview of the many issues to be considered in defending or rebutting an economic damages calculation including an overview of several landmark economic damage cases. Also covered are issues applicable to a new business loss, indirect damages and diminution in value situations. Approved for one CLE hour including one Trial Hour.
These courses work well for “lunch and learn” or “coffee and CLE” setups. If you would like to schedule a course presentation in your office, at no charge, please give us a call.
LVF Practice Group Profile
Our Litigation, Valuation, and Forensics Practice Group (LVF) continues to balance its practice between our three core service areas of litigation support, business valuations, and forensic fraud investigations. As a part of this practice, we are well experienced in complex business litigation and large white-collar fraud investigations for which we have served as testifying expert on many occasions.
Valuation work continues to be a fundamental issue in litigation, merger and acquisition consulting, and shareholder disputes. Our involvement in business transaction support services continues to grow as we continue to differentiate ourselves from traditional CPA firms as valued partners to attorneys, government investigators, and lenders.
While many traditional CPA firms are generalists when it comes to LVF services, we have committed to this practice space one hundred percent with professionals dedicated to this specialty area.