During the Iowa State Bar Association’s annual meeting, it was learned that once again Iowa lawyers are being targeted by fraudsters. As a follow-up to the explanation provided to the attendees, we are reposting a previous summary of the fraud and how it takes place.
2/17/11: EVEN IN IOWA: Legal Issues of Human Trafficking and International Abduction & How Professionals Can Address These Hidden But Prevalent ProblemsFeb 4th, 2011 | By critellilaw | Category: Public Service
Tre Critelli will be joining Legal Assistance Coordinator Patricia Hoff, U.S. Department of State/U.S. Central Authority for the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction and immigration attorney Kathryn Salazar in a state-wide panel presentation on Human Trafficking and Int’l Child Abduction over the ICN. Click on the header for more info.
Tre Critelli will be joining speakers from the Electronic Crime Institute, National White Collar Crime Center, Iowa Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce and the Department of Criminal Investigation of the Iowa Attorney General’s Office in this years Cyber Crime Awareness Conference held on March 27, 2010. Click on the header for more information.
Tre Critelli and Bryan Burkhardt, Director of the Electronic Crime Institute, were interviewed on IPR’s “The Exchange” on identity theft and fraud prior to the Fraud & Theft Conference. If you missed the show, we’ve got the links.
Tre Critelli, the Iowa Attorney General’s Office and Lifelock will be presenting at the Electronic Crime Institute and the Des Moines Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ half-day seminar on fraud, phishing and identity theft. It’s free and open to the public. Click on the header for more info.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to practice law in a Barrister’s Chambers, our former pupil can tell you all about it….
There will be two launches of our former Anglo-American Scholar Tim Kevan’s forthcoming book BabyBarista and the Art of War (Bloomsbury Publishing) which is based on the blog he writes for The Times newspaper and which was described by broadcaster Jeremy Vine as “well-drawn, smartly plotted and laugh out loud”. Both events are open house, […]
We at CritelliLaw are proud to announce that one of our past Middle Temple Anglo-American Scholars, Mr Richard Hermer QC has recently obtained the highest designation an advocate can achieve: Queen’s Counsel.
Yes, it’s true, the author of the infamous Blawg “BabyBarista” is none other than one of our past Middle Temple Anglo-American Scholars, Tim Kevan. Mr Kevan was a pupil here at CritelliLaw during the 1996 session. For those of you not familiar with the BabyBarista blog, it’s a (purportedly) fictional diary of a junior barrister […]
After months of arduous study Tre Critelli has successfully passed the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners certification examination. The Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential denotes proven expertise in fraud prevention, detection, and deterrence. The examination covers a broad range of topics including law, loss prevention, fraud investigation, criminology and sociology, and accounting and auditing. He […]