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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
Reserve your place today!
Why attend the next program?
"The dinner meetings provide knowledge I can
put in my mental toolbox to help make sure
I'm on the winning side of my next case.
It's also a great way to
meet and network with
potential clients and fellow professionals in our
niche. Plus,
I don't have to cook that night!"
Michael Frenza, CPA/CFF, CFE, Manager, BlumShapiro
Didn't make it to the last dinner meeting? Here's what you missed!
Participants at the September 7 dinner enjoyed networking over wine and appetizers, a hot buffet dinner, and insight
from local expert David Shaiken, Esq. on "How Damages are Measured in Business Litigation."
CSCPA Past President Phil DeCaprio (right) shares a laugh with speaker
David Shaiken, Esq.
Michael Frenza (left) and Anthony Leroux catch up before the dinner
portion of the evening.
Shaiken gives participants suggestions on how they can assist their
clients and lawyers in effectively measuring damages.
Valuation, Forensic, Litigation Support Dinners
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
"What Happens When Business Owners Decide
Their Marriage Cannot Be Saved?"
Shari M. Goodstein
, Esq., Partner, Shipman & Goodwin LLP,
Andrew M. Zeitlin
, Esq., Partner, Shipman & Goodwin LLP,
and J. Allen Kosowsky, CPA, CFE, CVA, DACFE,
J. Allen Kosowsky, CPA, PC
Through a case study, we will explore how these disputes
arise, phases of litigation, the role of the forensic account-
ant, splitting the assets and liabilities of the business
(including auction of assets), change of ownership or disso-
lution, and alternatives to litigation, including negotiation
and mediation.
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
"Best Practices for Financial Experts"
Speaker: Honorable Mark T. Gould,
State of Connecticut Superior Court Judge