Event

  Internal Corporate and Government Investigations Register Here Seminar 02.25.2014 4:00pm — 02.25.2014 5:30pm

Our White Collar Investigations Practice Group will host a WMACCA roundtable CLE: “Internal Corporate and Government Investigations,” including The Honorable John Gibney

Live at WM-Richmond, video conference at WM-Virginia Beach, WM-Norfolk, WM-Newport News, WM-Washington DC; (reception in Richmond office 5:30-7:00pm)


Event partner:  Washington Metro Area Corporate Counsel Association (WMACCA)

The Roundtable is based on a class Patrick Hanes (Co-Chair of the WCI Practice Group) designed and taught at the Washington & Lee Law School in 2013 as part of the school’s third-year “Practicum” series.  The session will consist of a moderated 90-minute presentation of a hypothetical case study of a corporation’s response to allegations that high-level employees have engaged in conduct that may have violated federal law (in this case study, the conduct involves bribery of government officials responsible for public contract administration). 
Panelists will assemble in a “roundtable” format, participating in the exercise from the point-of-view of a particular participant in the inquiry – corporate general counsel, responsible members of senior management, outside investigating counsel, counsel for witnesses and business executives, a forensic investigator, a prosecutor, and a judge.  The session includes a consideration of corporate criminal liability principles, corporate governance structures, privilege issues, and policy considerations.  

Moderator: Patrick Hanes, panelists include WCI team members John Davis, Chuck James, and Gray Broughton, and panelists: The Honorable John Gibney, Nick Pace (General Counsel, Avalon Health care Solutions and Landmark Health), Bryan Moser (Grant Thornton) and Amy Austin (Amy Austin Law).

If you or clients are interested in attending, please click on the Register Here button.
Live at WM-Richmond, video conference at WM-Virginia Beach, WM-Norfolk, WM-Newport News, WM-Washington DC;
Questions may be directed to Paul Reimel at preimel@williamsmullen.com 919-981-4095.