Wednesday, September 18-Thursday, September 19, 2013
5:00 AM-5:00 AM
Summary Join the litigation team of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP for a one-hour lunch presentation. Financial fraud takes many forms, but the effect is the same: a negative impact on victims, whether corporate or individual. Attendees at this seminar will learn about the financial fraud – from its origin, to its detection, through investigation and prosecution – and take away practical tips for compliance and fraud prevention. This course is pending approval by the Tennessee Commission for Continuing Education for one hour of CLE credits.
Chris Haney is a Director in the Chicago office of Duff & Phelps specializing in financial investigations and forensic accounting. He is also a senior member of the firm’s Integrated Healthcare Group. Previously, Chris was a member of the FBI’s Forensic Accounting Unit specializing in complex white collar and healthcare violations.
Chris has led extensive financial investigations with experience spanning criminal, civil and internal corporate matters. Prior to joining the FBI, Chris spent five years at General Electric where he was part of the Corporate Audit Staff focused on internal investigations and acquisition due diligence across a breadth of industries including manufacturing, power generation, financial services, asset management and healthcare.
Ty Howard is a partner in the White Collar Crime Defense and Health Care groups. For over a decade, he has handled internal and government investigations and complex white-collar cases, both in private practice and as a federal and state prosecutor. Most recently before joining Bradley Arant, he was an AUSA in Economic Crimes Unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Tennessee where he led some of the largest financial investigations in Middle Tennessee, including those involving Ponzi schemes, embezzlement, securities fraud, bank fraud, ERISA fraud, and money laundering.
Ty’s current practice focuses on internal investigations, corporate compliance, and False Claims Act and white collar defense. He routinely represents corporate and individual clients facing government scrutiny at all phases of civil and criminal investigation.