The L&Q Fall Seminar “Trends in Financial Crime and Fraud,” September 24, 2012, brought together leading experts and authorities to discuss the latest in fraud and white collar crime, and their detection and prosecution. A full-house of members and school faculty attended the seminar arranged by L&Q Executive Committee members Bill Razzino and Paul Peterson, moderated by Prof. Kelly Richmond-Pope, and hosted by President Jim Robbs and School Director Kevin Stevens.
Panelists were indeed distinguished: Bary Jay Epstein, Ph.D., Director of Business Valuation and Litigation Consulting, SS&G; Tom Golden, Retired Partner in Charge, Midwest Investigations Practice, PricewaterhouseCoopers; Chicago Police Sargeant John Lucki, Commanding Officer of Financial Crimes Investigations Section, Chicago Police Department, and Mark Sullivan, Principal and Midwest Regional Leader, Forensic & Valuation Service, Grant Thornton LLP. The session was moderated by fraud scholar Prof. Kelly Richmond Pope. Before the session began, Prof. Pope treated the audience to a portion of her latest documentary effort, that concerning the wayward controller of Dixon, Illinois.