Palm Beach County Ethics

Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics

Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics

Peter L. Cruise - Chair Michael S. Kridel - Vice Chair
Rodney G. Romano Michael H. Kugler Carol E.A. DeGraffenreidt

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Next Meeting: Commission on Ethics Monthly Meeting - Thursday, August 6, 2020 - 1:30 p.m. - Virtual Meeting held via Webex
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Agenda and Atachments

Motion for Summary Judgement Hearing Re: C18-008 (Lynne Hubbard) - Tuesday, September 16, 2020 - 11:00 a.m. (Hearing Officer - Thomas Dougherty) - This will be a virtual meeting. If you wish to attend, you may click here to do so, or use the link below to watch the meeting live on Channel 20.

Agenda

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Michael Kridel is a Certified Public Accountant and Shareholder in Michael S. Kridel, C.P.A., P.A., in Delray Beach. He holds the Certified in Financial Forensics, Certified Information Technology Professional and Certified Forensic Consultant designations as well as others. Mr. Kridel has practiced public accounting in South Florida since graduation from The George Washington University. Prior to reestablishing his named practice in 2018, he was a Partner in Daszkal Bolton for 17 years and then a Principal in Rehmann Robson for nearly 5 years. He previously practiced as a sole practitioner. Mr. Kridel has provided accounting, tax and litigation services in a broad range of matters including family law, stockholder actions, financial damages, fraud detection, criminal and civil tax matters, wrongful discharge and professional malpractice defense.

Mr. Kridel is a frequent speaker and author, garnering numerous awards, at national and local conferences for accountants and attorneys on topics such as litigation services, professional ethics, eDiscovery, practice management, information technology and human resources. He is a certified ethics instructor for CPAs in Florida and, an online instructor in forensic accounting courses for the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a guest instructor at Florida Atlantic University and other institutions. He is a longtime member of the Editorial Review Panels of the Journal of Accountancy and Florida CPA Today. Mr. Kridel has been a Rotarian since 1986 and is a board member of multiple not-for-profit organizations.

For more than 25 years, Mr. Kridel has facilitated an award-winning seminar, Ethical Decision Making in the Workplace and Society, for Broward County high schools, positively influencing in excess of 15,000 seniors. He is also the accounting profession’s representative member of the Education Advisory Committee of the Florida Board of Accountancy.