Trial attorney Chris Dix recently spoke at the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ Valuation, Forensic Accounting and Litigation Services (VFALS) conference where he shared his insight on the topic of “E-Discovery and Digital Evidence in Forensic and Valuation Cases.”
The conference was designed for CPAs with an interest in business valuation, litigation services and forensic accounting and offered a panel of experts that discussed:
- Tools and techniques to detect fraud
- Latest hot topics in business valuation
- Potential legal challenges to expert testimony
Dix?s presentation was on ?E-Discovery and Digital Evidence in Forensic and Valuation Cases? and focused on the latest state and federal rules relating to e-discovery, including potential changes to the Federal Rule of Evidence for self-authentication of electronic records.
Dix is a shareholder in the firm?s complex commercial litigation area and a licensed CPA in the State of Florida with experience in disputes involving contracts, real property, estates and trusts, bankruptcy, corporate control and business entities.
Dix also advises clients regarding cybersecurity, data breaches, social media, information governance and compliance with e-discovery rules and disputes.Follow us on for more content updates