January 2019 Meeting

When:  Jan 16, 2019 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (ET)
Associated with  Triangle, Raleigh, NC

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Wednesday, Jan. 16
Networking: 11:30 a.m.
Meeting/Luncheon: 12 p.m.


NC State University Club

4200 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27606


$25.00 per person
$100 for all five meetings*

First Time Contractor Guest Always Free

*2019 Meeting Payment Plan:
We are pleased to once again offer a payment option to cover all five 2019 meetings. $100 per person pays for all five 2019 meetings. If you'd like to participate in this plan, please note it on your registration form. You will still need to register for each meeting.

To Register:

Send the registration form to Heather Shepherd at triangle@cfma.org.
For questions, call 919-604-3050.

If paying by check, please bring to luncheon.

 Deadline for registration: Friday, Jan. 11, 2019

Our Speaker"Do Good People Commit Fraud"

Jeremy Gilbert
Senior Manager, IT Advisory
Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP

Jeremy serves as the Senior Manager of the Digital Forensics lab in DHG’s Charleston, South Carolina office.

Jeremy’s digital forensic experience includes extracting relevant data from computers, servers, cellular telephones, tablets, USB drives, SD cards, electronic mail accounts, and social media. Jeremy assists attorneys and clients with computer forensics, digital forensics, and electronic discovery issues in a wide variety of matters, including intellectual property theft, improper computer use, hacking incidents, family law, personal injury, worker compensation, and financial fraud.

Jeremy’s forensic accounting experience includes calculating economic damages related to wrongful termination, unpaid overtime, and unpaid taxes.  Jeremy’s forensic accounting experience also includes supporting attorneys and clients with fraud risk assessments, fraud investigations, class certification, using specialized software to analyze data and extract data.  Jeremy also develops and teaches courses within the firm on using this data analysis software.

With this combination of digital forensics and forensic accounting experience, Jeremy assists attorneys and clients with matters that involve elements from both digital forensics and forensic accounting, which often eliminates the need to hire separate digital forensics and forensic accounting experts.

See his full bio here.



NCSU University Club
4200 Hillsborough Street
Raleigh, NC 27606


Heather Shepherd