Accountants Liability: No good deed goes unpunished
Risk Control Training for Certified Public Accountants
In today's litigious business environment, even the best intentions can result in unfavorable consequences to accountants.
The fallout from a professional liability lawsuit often resembles a "domino effect" as it may only take one claim for your hard-earned reputation, your firm - and your financial livelihood - to come tumbling down.
This training is created by CPAs, defense attorneys, litigation experts and risk control professionals to help you minimize malpractice risks. It also provides you with sound risk control tools to incorporate into your daily practices to help safeguard your firm and your most important asset - your livelihood.
Choose from three convenient ways to earn your CPE credit:
Select a training format that best suits your learning preference. No matter which program you choose, you'll gain valuable risk control knowledge and further advance your professional education.
- Live Seminar
- On-line Self-Study Course* Learn more / Register now
- Webcast - May 21, 2013 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. ET
Learn to Reduce Malpractice Risks
- Learn risk control strategies and techniques to help you avert malpractice risks in today's litigious environment
- Find out how even the best intentions can result in claims
- Earn CPE credit
- Receive up to 7.5% premium credit for three consecutive years on your AICPA Professional Liability Insurance Policy
- Choose a course format that best suits your busy schedule and preferred learning style
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Continental Casualty Co., one of the CNA Insurance Companies, is registered with NASBA under National Registry Sponsor Number 103378. The Company is also a registered sponsor in the states of New York (sponsor ID #001117) and Texas (sponsor ID #009300).
In accordance with the standards of the NASBA National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE credits are granted based on a 50-minute hour. Individual state boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance and categorization of programs for CPE credit. It is your responsibility to report on continuing professional education to the state board of accountancy in those states where you are licensed to practice. Information on the jurisdictions that accept the National Registry of CPE Sponsor is available at www.nasba.org.