CLE Seminar Series
This session will discuss the process of analyzing individuals' income, including forensic examination of accounting information and detailed lifestyle examinations. The class will delve into how the information gleaned from the forensic analysis is used to analyze the following:
- Differences between reported income and actual income;
- An individual's disposable income for matrimonial purposes
Finally, we will discuss items bearing further examination in an expert report for cross examination purposes.
- Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Pyramid Club (Fairmount Room)
1735 Market Street, 52nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
1.5 FREE CLE credits available
8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. - Registration and Breakfast
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. - "The Forensic Examination of Personal Income and Disposable Income Calculations"
David Kaplan, CPA/ABV/CFF, JD, CVA
Shareholder and Director, Business Valuation & Litigation Support Services Group
Mr. Kaplan offers consulting and expert services in fraud and forensics, economic damages, equitable distribution, white collar crime, bankruptcy, valuation of intangible assets and impairment testing, and estate and gift planning. Throughout his 30 years of experience, he has developed a broad client base of corporate, partnership and individual clients.
Joshua Lefcowitz, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA, CFE, ASA
Shareholder, Business Valuation & Litigation Support Services Group
Mr. Lefcowitz has more than 12 years of experience in providing business valuation and litigation support services. He has significant experience with clients in the following industries: oil and gas, manufacturing, retail, professional services, technology, biotechnology, wholesale distribution and advertising.
Mark Bradford, CFE
Manager, Business Valuation & Litigation Support Services Group
Mr. Bradford has more than 15 years of experience in providing accounting and consulting services. He has performed litigation support, forensic accounting and valuation services for a variety of industries, including medical, legal and accounting practices, technology, retail, distribution, manufacturing, hotels, restaurants and insurance.
Parking and Attire
The Pyramid Club offers discounted parking at both Sonesta Hotel and Standard Parking Garage. Sonesta Hotel offers Valet Service while Standard Parking Garage is Self Park. Discounted tickets can be provided at the Pyramid Club Receptionist Desk.
The Pyramid Club is located in the BNY Mellon Bank Center at 1735 Market Street. Before arriving please make sure you bring a form of Photo ID. Upon entering please show your Photo ID to the Security booth in the lobby. Take the elevators up to the 51st floor. There you will see the Entrance to the club. You may either walk up the Spiral Staircase or there is another elevator to the 52nd floor. Our Receptionist will then direct your Private Event Room.
Business casual is recommended in all areas of the Club. Jacket and tie are preferred for Men in the Club when dining, however not required. Ladies are asked to use discretion and dress accordingly. Casual clothing such as jeans, denim outfits and sneakers are not appropriate club attire.