The Top Ten Mistakes Made In Forensic Analysis

When:  Feb 10, 2022 from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM (ET)
The Top Ten Mistakes Made in Forensic Analysis

Date: Thursday, February 10th, 2022

Time: 6:30 p.m. Virtual Networking
          6:45 p.m. Business Mtg/Announcements
          7:00 p.m. Technical Presentation
          This is a Live Webinar Technical Presentation

Location: MS Teams Virtual Meeting (Invite will be sent upon registration)

Abstract: Project team members and experts are not always accurate in how they analyze a
project’s forensic history. These inaccuracies range from using incorrect analysis methodologies
to “cherry-picking” only data that supports their case and everything in between. These mistakes
are common and happen for many different reasons. They can be due to an analyzer not having
enough experience or they can be made purposely in an attempt to mislead.

The authors will discuss ten biggest mistakes made in forensic analysis today and how to
recognize and confirm that each is in fact mistake. In addition to the identification, the paper will
also discuss the proper way to perform each analysis where the mistake was made, using lessons learned from project controls, forensic analysis/dispute resolution experience, and AACE’s Recommended Practices.
These top ten mistakes will be discussed in ascending order of importance starting with least
important, but the authors believe that all ten are vital to avoid when performing a forensic

Speakers: Glen R. Palmer, CFCC PSP FAACE
Owner of GR Palmer Consulting Services, LLC

Christopher W. Carson, CEP DRMP PSP FAACE
Enterprise Director of Program & Project Controls and Vice President for ARCADIS U.S.

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