Expense Report and Credit Card Fraud, and Data Privacy Concerns

    February 07, 2020
    11:30 AM - 3:30 PM
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    Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District Headquarters
    4747 E. 49th St.
    Cleveland, OH 44125
    Venue website

    Expense report and credit card fraud, and data privacy concerns.


    Friday, February 7, 2020


    Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District NEORSD Headquarters
    4747 E. 49
    th St.
    Cleveland, Ohio 44125

    Onsite Parking is FREE

    Registration: 11:30am 12:00pm
    Lunch:          12:00pm 12:45pm
    Presentation:  1:00pm 3:00pm (Includes 2 breaks)



    $50.00 Chapter Members
    $60.00 Non-Chapter Members
    FREE Students


    CPE: 2

    Speaker Biographies

    Frank A. Suponcic, CPA, CFE, CFF.

    Partner, Skoda Minotti

    Frank A. Suponcic is a Partner in the Litigation Advisory Services group at Skoda Minotti of Mayfield Village. He is a 1984 graduate of John Carroll University and holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Accounting. His primary responsibilities include assisting attorneys, privately-held clients, municipalities, and tax-exempt entities with litigation advisory engagements, strategic business consulting, financial reporting, and corporate and individual income tax matters.

    In addition, he also manages most of the firm’s forensic accounting engagements. As a Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified in Financial Forensics, fraud and embezzlement cases have always been concentrations for Frank. Over the years, he has been involved in over 100 litigation advisory engagements. Frank’s most time-consuming engagement was proven to have cost a local company in excess of $7 million in embezzlement losses. He regularly assists clients in strengthening their internal controls in order to prevent a financial loss. Frank has testified in criminal, civil, labor and domestic relations court cases. Also in the area of litigation support, Frank has assisted area attorneys in cases involving divorce, commercial disputes, economic damages and lost profits, and labor relations.

    The exploding issue of identity theft has been a major concern for Frank, both professionally as a business advisor as well as politically in his former role as Lake County Recorder. Frank has testified before the Ohio Senate and the House of Representatives on legislation pertaining to public records and the ease of availability of personal information that can be obtained from government offices. The legislation passed and is now law.

    Frank is a member of the American Institute and Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and is on the Board of Directors for the Cleveland Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

    He is a frequent speaker on the subjects of fraud investigation and prevention as well as identity theft. 

    Active in the community and no stranger to governmental finances, Frank was elected to Willowick City Council to serve six consecutive terms and chaired the City’s Finance Committee. He was later elected to three terms as the lake County Recorder.

    Frank is a member of the Lake County Blue Coats, Willoughby Historical Society, Lake County Economic Development Council and the Lake County Chapter Public Employees Retirement Association. He is the current Treasurer for the Lake-Geauga Fast Track 50 and is an honorary member and financial advisor to the Lake County Association of Police Chiefs. He has served as President of the Willowick Chamber of Commerce and is a 1996 graduate of the Leadership lake County Program. Frank was the Forman of the Lake County Grand Jury during the July 2016 term.

    Daniel Messeloff

    Tucker Ellis LLP

    Daniel Messeloff is a partner with the law firm of Tucker Ellis LLP. Dan assists companies with a wide range of legal matters, including cybersecurity and data privacy concerns, employment issues and other business matters.

    In the cybersecurity and data privacy field, Dan regularly advises clients on best practices to protect themselves against cyber-fraud and other cybersecurity threats, how to protect their information and their customers’ information, and how to comply with state, federal, and global data privacy regulations.

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    All major credit cards accepted.

    REGISTRATION DEADLINE: January 31, 2020

    Refund Requests must be received in writing (via email) at least 24 hours in advance of the event. If that requirement is met, a complete refund will be granted. Please include name, mailing address and reason for not being able to attend.

    As we understand schedules and commitments are dynamic and can change with little notice, we will also consider refunds on a case by case basis provided the request is received in writing (via email) within 24 hours after the event is held. A full or partial refund may be granted minus any applicable event fees (meals, processing, etc.) as some fees are not recoverable.


    $50.00 Chapter Members

    $60.00 Non-Chapter Members

    $0.00 STUDENT ONLY Ticket

    $250.00 Multi-Seat (Group of 5)