Hemming Morse Partners Travis Armstrong and Christian Tregillis each presented multiple sessions at the Association of International Certified Public Accountants’ 2020 Forensic & Valuation Services annual conference. This year’s all-virtual conference provided an opportunity for professionals to gather timely updates and cutting-edge information on new technology and to network with one another.
Christian led two sessions, “Revenue Estimation Case Study: Regression” and “Revenue Estimation Case Study: Benchmarking and Yardstick Method,” both which were focused on methods of revenue estimation for lost profits damages calculations.
Travis participated in three sessions, focused on varied forensic accounting topics: “Interactive Hands-On Techniques with Excel,” “Trade Secrets Damages – Customer Lists and Relationships,” and “Forensic Accountants In (Da) House!”
Hemming Morse professionals have a long history of active leadership and participation in industry organizations such as the AICPA, guiding continued learning and best practices for those in the forensic accounting field.