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Joe Kingma and the Commercial Litigation Team Presented Risk Management for Audit and Accounting Firms to Accountants, CPAs and Insurance Industry Professionals – Buckhead Club – June 8

June 16, 2017

Photo left to right: John Rogers, Mark Rogers, Ty Wetzel, Doug MacKelcan, Billy Newcomb, Shannon Sprinkle, Joe Kingma, Megan McCue, Will Farley, Brett Giordano, Brian Spitler, Matt Gass, Xavier Balderas, Jennifer Guerra

Joe Kingma and the Commercial Litigation Team presented Risk Management for Audit and Accounting Firms to accountants, CPAs and insurance industry professionals at the Buckhead Club on June 8.

The presentation was also live-streamed. Please contact Patricia O’Toole at if you are interested in learning more about any of these programs.

Shannon Sprinkle presented Cyber Liability Concerns for the Accounting Professional and Protecting Against Cyber Liability.

Tyler Wetzel presented You Need to Update your Engagement Letter (and this is why)

Doug MacKelcan presented What to Consider when Responding to those Annoying Subpoenas for Deposition and Requests for Documents

John Rogers presented How to Be a Good (and Bad) Expert Witness—and How to Manage Your Risk

Mark Rogers presented Auditing Risk Arising from the SEC’s Interest in Non-GAAP Measures

Joe Kingma moderated a Panel Presentation – The Impact of White Collar Crime on Accounting Risk


David Hoffman, Managing Director of Acuitas, Inc., a forensic accounting firm

David Aughtry, Criminal Tax Litigator, Chamberlain Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry LLP

Jeff Davis, Assistant US Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia



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