White Collar Crimes Explored
White Collar crime remains a topic of perennial concern as criminals continue to evolve and their crimes continue to proliferate. Attorneys must understand how to handle these complex cases to ensure success in the courtroom for their clients. This program is designed to cover topics relevant to White Collar Crimes, including best practices in defending your clients and helping them build and implement risk management strategies, key considerations in conducting investigations, ethical pitfalls in the practice, and guidelines in sentencing and closing argument.
The panel of distinguished professionals and thought leaders will also provide valuable information and analysis to the most recent white-collar cases and will tackle up to the minute regulatory updates highlighting DOJ and SEC’s recent Guidance on US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Reserve your slot in this event! Hear the panel’s expert opinions and learn more about the recent developments in white-collar crimes.
Coleen Friel Middleton, Of Counsel,
- New federal initiatives with regard to financial and mortgage fraud
- Major criminal cases and trends in 2012 – 2013
- Insider trading
- bOther types of financial fraud
- Investigative techniques used to build these cases
- The importance of an effective compliance program
Andrew M. Genser, Partner,
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
- Prosecuting the Financial crisis – Mortgage backed securities and CDOs
- major cases/trends
- efforts to prosecute individuals
- judicial resistance to “neither admit nor deny” settlements
- Criminal Health Care Enforcement
- major cases / settlements
- use of mail / wire fraud statutes
- best practices for in house counsel (lessons from Glaxo Smith Kline case)
Jon May, Partner,
Roetzel & Andress
- Criminal Health Care Enforcement
- Targets of government scrutiny
- New civil penalties including exclusion
- False Claims Act (whistleblower) suits
- Mandatory Compliance Programs
- Mandatory Reporting of Overpayments
Michael Dockterman, Partner,
Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
- What to do with the result of an internal investigation.
- Waiver and the Attorney Client privilege
- How to report to the board
- When to report to the government
Gregory A. Paw, Partner,
Pepper Hamilton LLP
- FCPA and Anti-Money Laundering Enforcement
Who Should Attend:
- White Collar & Corporate Attorneys
- General Counsel
- International Counsel
- Trade Counsel
- Compliance Officers
- Ethics Officers
- Forensic Auditors
- Vice Presidents and Directors
- International Contract Managers
- Risk Officers & Related
Andrew M. Genser represents and counsels corporatiinsoons, banks, private-equity firms, hedge-funds and individuals in a wide variety of criminal and regulatory matters. A seasoned trial lawyer, Andrew joined Kirkland & Ellis after a distinguished career as a federal prosecutor in the Eastern District of New York, where he led the successful prosecutions of major organized crime figures and many other significant cases. Andrew has been ranked as a leading lawyer for business every year since 2010 by Chambers USA, which describes him as a “rising star” who is “smart, savvy and well prepared” and who “manages situations efficiently and inspires confidence in clients.” Andrew has published numerous articles on securities law and white-collar criminal defense, and is a frequent lecturer at seminars and panels on a variety of legal topics. [www.kirkland.com/agenser]
Andrew M. Genser represents and counsels corporatiinsoons, banks, private-equity firms, hedge-funds and individuals in a wide variety of criminal and …
Mr. May is a partner in the Fort Lauderdale office of Roetzel and member of the White Collar Litigation and Corporate Compliance Practice Group. His practice focuses on complex litigation and regulatory matters in healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, and food industries. Mr. May represents companies and individuals accused of serious violations of federal law, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), healthcare fraud, mortgage fraud, money laundering, mail and telemarketing fraud and racketeering.
Mr. May was previously Chair of the White Collar Crime Section of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and his is a past Co-Chair of the Defense Function Services Committee of the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association.
Mr. May is a partner in the Fort Lauderdale office of Roetzel and member of the White Collar Litigation and …
Michael Dockterman serves as co-chair of the firm’s White Collar & Government Investigations group. He has spent his career representing corporate clients in disputes with government entities and has extensive experience handling investigations by federal, state, and local authorities. Mr. Dockterman has conducted internal investigations and, where necessary, the defense of government inquiries, for corporate clients involving subjects as diverse as FCPA and SFO issues, corporate procurement, defense contracting, antitrust, accounting, health care, securities, executive misconduct and corporate theft.
Mr. Dockterman is a frequent speaker on corporate governance issues and a Senior Lecturing Fellow at Duke University School of Law. Recently, he was named the exclusive winner in the category of “Litigation – Illinois” by the Client Choice Awards 2013 and was named by the National Law Journal as one of the Top 10 Winning Litigators in the US.
Michael Dockterman serves as co-chair of the firm’s White Collar & Government Investigations group. He has spent his career representing …
Gregory A. Paw, a partner with Pepper Hamilton LLP, is an experienced trial lawyer with extensive white collar experience. A former Deputy U.S. Attorney and past director of the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, Mr. Paw is a member of the Pepper’s White Collar Litigation and Investigations Practice Group. He also is a member of the firm’s Business Integrity Practice Group.
Mr. Paw represents businesses and individuals facing investigation by federal and state law enforcement authorities, and provides counsel on compliance and control issues. Drawing on his extensive and unique international law enforcement experience, he advises businesses on compliance issues under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Mr. Paw has served as counsel to a court-appointed monitor reviewing FCPA compliance issues in the global operations of a Fortune 100 company. He also has guided clients through a host of challenges in international business operations.
Gregory A. Paw, a partner with Pepper Hamilton LLP, is an experienced trial lawyer with extensive white collar experience. A …
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About Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Kirkland & Ellis LLP is a 1,600-attorney law firm representing global clients in complex litigation, corporate and tax, intellectual property, restructuring and counseling matters. Kirkland’s principal goals are to provide the highest quality legal services available anywhere; to be an instrumental part of each client’s success; and to recruit, retain and advance the brightest legal talent. The Firm seeks long-term, partnering relationships with clients, to the end of providing the best total solution to the client’s legal needs. Kirkland has offices in Chicago, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Munich, New York, Palo Alto, San Francisco, Shanghai and Washington, D.C. For more information on Kirkland & Ellis LLP, please visit www.kirkland.com.
About Roetzel & Andress
With more than 200 attorneys and 13 offices throughout Ohio and Florida and in Chicago, New York and Washington, D.C., Roetzel attorneys serve a broad spectrum of clients on a regional, national, and international basis. Our White Collar Litigation and Corporate Compliance attorneys are committed to providing insightful guidance to avoid governmental regulatory prosecution and when needed, provide a strong defense to those facing civil and criminal charges. We work with clients to help them protect themselves from involvement in governmental enforcement matters. Our clients include senior management of Fortune 500 companies, shareholders, executive officers of publicly traded companies and closely held businesses in industries such as international manufacturers, financial institutions, food manufacturers, and the healthcare industry including hospitals, physicians, and non-institutional facilities.
About Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP
Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP is an international law firm with roots going back more than 100 years. With 625 lawyers, and 15 offices across three continents, Edwards Wildman attorneys are known for their strength in complex litigation, corporate and finance, private equity, venture capital, insurance and reinsurance, and intellectual property. Our clients know us as a trusted legal and business adviser—providing strategic, collaborative and client-focused counsel that helps to protect and advance their business goals. Edwards Wildman has offices in Boston, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Hartford, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Madison (NJ), New York, Orange County, Providence, Stamford, Tokyo, Washington, DC, and West Palm Beach.
About Pepper Hamilton LLP
Pepper Hamilton LLP is a multi-practice law firm with more than 500 lawyers nationally. The firm provides corporate, litigation and regulatory legal services to leading businesses, governmental entities, nonprofit organizations and individuals throughout the nation and the world. Pepper Hamilton’s White Collar Litigation & Investigations team includes former FBI director and federal judge Louis J. Freeh, and a highly skilled group of former judges, federal and state prosecutors, and experienced corporate counsel. This team brings unparalleled expertise and judgment to legal representation in these areas: White Collar Defense and Regulatory Enforcement; Corporate Investigations; Business Integrity, Compliance and Ethics and Monitorships.