The relatively recent AICPA ethics “re-codification” analyzes conflict of interest restraints depending on the CPA’s employment position. It introduces new conflict requirements and details that should lead to professionals becoming more analytical prospectively in engagements and relationships that include actual or potential conflicts of interest which may be adverse to their client’s loyalty and confidentiality ethical and legal responsibilities. Join Jim Rigos as he explores this complex subject.
Conflict of interest identification and analytical process in public practice. Conflict of interest standards that apply to a CPA member in business and industry. Considerations for members who are retired or not currently employed in the accounting profession. Considerations for professionals practicing outside the U.S. Documentary Evidence. Subordination of Judgment. Whistleblowing.
Explore various types and categories of conflicts of interest and review a list of safeguard conditions.
4.78 stars out of 5 “Jim’s presentation was free-flowing and very informative.” - past attendee
James J. Rigos, is an attorney-CPA-CMA who has written and lectured widely in the area of professional accounting individual and CPA firm ethics and legal liability. He has been involved as an advocate or consultant in over 200 legal and ethical claims against CPAs since 1980. He was a member of the AICPA’s Accountants Legal Liability Committee and has conducted mediations for accountancy membership organizations. He is a national Director of the American Association of Attorney-CPAs (AAA-CPA) and past President of the Washington State chapter of the AAA-CPA.
Jim is available to teach in-house ethics presentations for company CPE needs.
Non-Member Price $59.00
Member Price $39.00