BCI Crisis Management Fraud & Law Series - Session #2

    May 07, 2021
    12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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    Session #2 ~ BCI Crisis Management Fraud & Law Series

    Date:  May 7th

    Time:  12pm - 2pm EST

    CPE Hours:  2 Hr.

    Cost:  Member $20 / Non-Member $30

    Law Enforcement/Govt $20 

    1. Brian McDonough - 12:00-12:55

    (Elderly Financial Exploitation and Components of a Successful Financial Crime Case)

    Break 12:55-1:00

    1. Paul Flannery - 1:00-1:50

    (Corporate Investigations)

    Final Q&A 1:50-2:00

    SESSION 2:  May 7th, 2021 - 12 pm – 2 pm EST

    BCI Crisis Management Fraud & Law Series

    CPE Hours – 2 Hr.

    Brian McDonough, USDOJ – US Attorney Criminal Division’s White-Collar Crime

    Title:  Elderly Financial Exploitation and Components of a Successful Financial Crime Case.

    Brian McDonough is an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio in the Criminal Division’s White-Collar Crimes Unit.  He supervises investigations and prosecutes a variety of complex financial crimes including bank fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, securities fraud, investment fraud, health care fraud, identity theft, tax, civil rights, and public corruption. 

    Brian also serves as the Elder Justice Coordinator for the Northern District of Ohio and works with federal, state, and local law enforcement and community partners to combat elder fraud and abuse.  Brian graduated from the University of Notre Dame and received his law degree from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.


    Paul Flannery – Partner / Co-Founder,  Flannery /Georgalis, LLC.

    Title: Corporate Investigations

    Description:  Paul shares a perspective on corporate investigations and how crisis management plays into these types of investigations.  Discussion on investigations, response, and current cases in the headlines relating to these topics.

    Paul Flannery is a highly experienced and talented attorney with Flannery/Georgalis, LLC. He focuses his practice on complex criminal and civil litigation matters, in both federal and state court. As both a federal prosecutor and as a defense attorney, Paul has successfully handled a wide array of criminal cases ranging from fraud and public corruption matters to violent crimes, including armed robbery and murder. Paul has also successfully represented individuals and organizations in matters related to professional malpractice, corporate fiduciary duties, real estate, and contract disputes.

    Paul served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Northern District of Ohio. As a federal prosecutor, Paul gained significant experience in the investigation and prosecution of federal criminal violations, especially those involving wire, mail, and bank fraud, health care fraud, securities fraud, public corruption, tax offenses, and identity theft. Paul handled some of the District’s most complex cases, including, the trial of a businessman charged with bribing the former director of the Cleveland Veteran’s Administration. Before becoming a federal prosecutor, Paul spent seven years in private practice at a law firm in Baltimore, Maryland, focusing on white collar criminal defense and complex business litigation. Paul graduated from John Carroll University and received his law degree from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. 


    $20.00 Member - Session #2

    $20.00 Law Enforcement / Government - Session #2

    $30.00 Non-Member - Session #2

    $10.00 Student

    $0.00 BCI Employee