University of Pittsburgh
The University of Pittsburgh School of Law and the Katz Graduate School of Business cordially invite you and a guest to

The Role of Ethics in White Collar Crime

Worth 1 hour of Ethics CLE Credit
February 3, 2012 - 9:30am
William Pitt Union, Assembly Room
3959 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260


9:30 a.m.: Registration and Complimentary Breakfast

10:00 a.m.: Presentation by Neal Caldwell (Special Agent , FBI) Thomas Czerski (Special Agent, IRS)


Pittsburgh area Agents Caldwell and Czerski immerse themselves daily in catching White Collar Criminals.  You are invited to join us as they share from first-hand experience what it is like to do what they do.

Personal commentary surrounding the recently concluded LeNatures trial and others will be shared in this informative presentation.

The  program will also include:

  • A discussion of  jurisdiction and pertinent criminal statutes
  • The Fraud Triangle
  • The Crime Triangle
  • A discussion of the Criminal Profile Continuum

Application of the above concepts in actual cases (to include LeNatures and others) with an emphasis on ethical decisions


Free for students and those wishing not to receive CLE credit

$25 for 1 hour of Ethics CLE credit (Payment will be collected at the door the day of the event)


For more information or to register:


Call: 412-624-0083

CLE Information

Cost for CLE Credit: $25
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