CFMA Maryland Chapter Seminar: White Collar Crime and Fraud

February 5, 2019 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

RCM&D is proud to host the next CFMA Maryland Chapter lunch seminar. Join us to learn the ins and outs of embezzlement and fraud in today’s high tech environment. Our presenters, Matthew Esworthy and Adam Lippe will share everything they know about “all things” theft, criminal and civil liability for embezzlement, the supply chain and back office theft crimes, and financial disaster recovery after crime.

Attendees are eligible for 2 CPE credits. The cost is $20 for CFMA members and $30 for non-members. If you have any questions or would like more information about the seminar, please contact Lisa Godwin, CFMA Maryland Chapter Administrator.

Meet the Presenters

Matthew A.S. Esworthy, Partner | Bowie & Jensen, LLC

For nearly 15 years, businesses and individuals in the region have relied on Matt for representation in a variety of matters at the trial and appeals court levels. This work includes contract, trade secret, real estate and partnership disputes, as well as counsel and representation in cybersecurity matters. In addition, Matt represents trustees, personal representatives, and fiduciaries in trust and estate litigation in Maryland state courts. Continue reading Matt's biography.

Adam Lippe, Prosecutor | Baltimore County State’s Attorney Office

Adam is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland School of Law. He started his legal career as a law clerk in the Baltimore City Solicitor’s Office and moved to Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office in 1998. After District Court and Juvenile, Adam moved to the Circuit Court and then to Investigation to become a narcotics prosecutor working the northern part of Baltimore County. In 2005 he became the Chief of the Economic Crime Unit where he continues to handle embezzlements, identity thefts, organized retail crime, entitlement fraud, financial exploitation of vulnerable adults, and occasionally the prosecution of disbarred attorneys.


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