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Thousands of accounting professionals have participated in our webinars which offer a variety of Accountants Risk Management topics hosted by industry leaders with insights on the latest developments in risk management issues.

Each webinar gives you risk management tools to mitigate legal action against you as well as 1 continuing education credit per 50 minute live webinar. Firms may receive a premium credit for participating in live or on-demand webinars. Contact your broker for details on how to qualify or contact Stephen Vono at 508-656-1330.




Staying Ahead of The Bad
Actors, Part 2 – Has your firm done
all it can to reduce your DATA
BREACH risk? Are you sure?
(1 CPE)
Rob Ferrini
July 28 @ 1 PM EST


1031, Risk and Rewards for
Your Clients
(1 CPE)
Jackline Barbera, Vice President,
Private Capital Inland Securities Corporation
August 12 @ 1 PM EST


Risk Management and Loss
Control, Emerging Trends
(1 CPE)
Stephanie Sessions, Esq.
August 25th @ 1 PM EST


Managing Your Clients’ Information
and Legal Implications
(1 CPE)
Eric Hess, Esq. of Helical LLC
September 17 @ 1 PM EST


HIPAA: The Health Insurance
Portability & Accountability Act
in the Coronavirus Era
(1 CPE)
Mark O. Dietrich, CPA
September 24 @ 1 PM EST

Click here to learn more about each of our upcoming webinars!



If you are unable to attend the webinar when it is hosted live, or if you simply want to review a past webinar, you can view our webinars listed below. 

Staying Ahead of Bad Actors Part I –
Data Breach/Cyber Security and Insurance

(July 28, 2020 – 57 mins)
Speaker: Rob Ferrini

COVID-19 & Potential Liability for CPAs
(April 8, 2020 – 50 mins)
Speaker: John F. Raspante, CPA, MST, CDFA

Top 10 Trouble Spots for Accountants
(October 27, 2016 – 59 mins)
Speaker: Wilhelm Dingler, Esq.

Avoiding Risk in CPA Mergers

(Jan 18, 2017 – 63 mins)
Speakers: Joseph Tarasco & John Raspante

Five Cases to Change the Way You Practice
(Nov 16, 2016 – 61 mins)
Speakers: Gary Kessler, Esq. & Phil McNicholas, Esq.

Engagement Letters From A-Z
(Nov 14,  2018 – 58 mins)
Speaker: John F. Raspante, CPA, MST, CDFA


Taming the Demon Weed &
Cannabis Risk Management

(Oct 17, 2018 – 60 mins)
Speaker: Adam D. Fine, Esq.


Minimizing Cyber Liability

(Sept, 2019 – 45 mins)
Speaker: Rob Ferrini


When to Report a Potential Claims or Incident
(Aug 15, 2018 – 73 mins)
Speaker: Ralph G. Picardi, Esq.

Ethical Challenges for Today’s Practitioner
(Oct 30, 2017 – 107 mins)
Speaker: John F. Raspante, CPA, MST, CDFA

Risk Management Loss Control –
Emerging Trends

(Sept 29, 2016 – 66 mins)
Speaker: Stephanie Sessions Perkins, Esq.

Loss Control Session 1: The Landscape of
Risk Management for Accounting Firms

(Nov 19, 2015 – 75 mins)
Speaker: Ralph G. Picardi, Esq.

Loss Control Session 2: Your Lines of Defense
Claims From Clients

(Dec 17, 2015 – 71 mins)
Speaker: Ralph G. Picardi, Esq.

Loss Control Session 3: Third-Party Exposures
– Claims From Non-Clients

(Jan 7, 2016 – 75 mins)
Speaker: Ralph G. Picardi, Esq.

These webinars are intended solely for general educational purposes. They are not intended for the purpose of providing specific legal, accounting, or other professional advice to any particular recipient or with respect to any particular jurisdiction. The author, publisher, and distributor of this document (1) make no representations, warranties, or guarantees as to its technical accuracy or compliance with any law ( federal, state, or local) or professional standard; and, (2) assume no responsibility to any recipient of this document to correct or update its contents for any reason, including changes in any law or professional standard. Before using any webinar in your practice, you should formally retain the counsel of an attorney knowledgeable as to the accounting industry, your practice, and the laws of any jurisdiction(s) within which you conduct your practice to ensure the document’s maximum usefulness and compliance with applicable laws and professional standards.