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Reserve your place today!
advocacy community education
CSCPA Education Center, 716 Brook Street, Rocky Hill
Visit or
contact Liz Frazza at
$25. Cost includes a catered dinner.
Wine and Mingling:
5:00 p.m.
Dinner and Program:
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
CPE Credit:
1 hour
Why attend the next program?
"I find these early evening sessions to be an
inviting and stimulating learning environment
in which questions are both encouraged
and thoughtfully answered. They are also a
welcome opportunity to socialize and share
ideas and opinions with colleagues."
Richard Royston, CPA/ABV, FCA, CVA, CFE, CFF
Roystons, LLC, Glastonbury
Didn't make it to the last dinner meeting? Here's what you missed!
Speakers kick off the educational
portion of the evening.
Royston (at right) enjoys some pre-dinner networking.
Valuation, Forensic, Litigation Support Dinners
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
"Best Practices for Financial Experts"
Speaker: Honorable Mark T. Gould,
State of Connecticut Superior Court Judge
In previous meetings, Valuation, Forensic, and Litigation
Support Group dinner guests have heard from several
lawyers as they've shared their tips in regards to expert tes-
timony. Now, join us as we go straight to the court and hear
the other side!
With a career spanning 24 years as a trial lawyer and a
2008 appointment as a Superior Court judge, The
Honorable Judge Mark Gould has seen the good, the bad,
and, yes, the ugly in expert preparation and testimony.
From these experiences, Gould will share tips on how to
make the best expert witness presentation at a deposition or
trial. He'll then open up the meeting to answer all of your
questions and explore the topics you and your peers request.
Participants at the December 7 dinner
enjoyed networking over wine and appe-
tizers, a hot buffet dinner, and insight
from local experts Shari M. Goodstein
Esq. and Andrew M. Zeitlin, Esq. of
Shipman & Goodwin
and J. Allen
J. Allen Kosowsky, CPA on "What
Happens When Business Owners Decide
Their Marriage Cannot Be Saved?"