Professor Rich Brody will be presenting fraud training seminars in New Jersey and Chicago in March to audiences comprised of government attorneys, investigators, and law enforcement personnel.
The purpose of the seminar is education about both the pervasiveness of and the causes of fraud and white-collar crime in our society; to explore, in detail, methods of fraud detection, investigation and prevention; and to increase attendees' ability to detect fraud.
Dr. Brody’s research addresses issues related to forensic accounting, auditing and corporate governance. He has authored or co-authored over 85 publications and has made over 100 presentations at national and international conferences. Recent research has focused on issues such as corporate fraud, identity theft, mandatory auditor rotation and the impact of corporate governance structure on auditor judgment. He serves as an expert witness and has experience in both civil and criminal cases.