ABA - National Institute on Internal Corporate Investigations and In-House Council
May 6 - 8, 2009
Corporate investigations now are a centerpiece of corporate compliance, risk management, government investigations defense and litigation strategy. Evolving government agency standards and guidance concerning voluntary disclosure are only a small part of public and privately-held corporations’ needs to assess the conduct of officers, directors, employees and contractors and their impact on corporate liability. Whether the issue involves whistleblowers, audits, financial integrity, immigration, employee activities or international commerce, corporate investigations are a critical tool used by in-house and outside counsel for guiding difficult business and legal decisions.
The National Institute is unparalleled in its dissection of pressing issues that comprise corporate investigations. Preeminent in-house and outside counsel, as well as government lawyers and other experts, including auditors and investigators, will share their valuable insights into the issues to consider and strategies to apply when conducting corporate investigations. This National Institute brings together leading practitioners to address the legal, ethical, strategic, marketing and managerial considerations to guide your advice and decision-making.
The Internal Corporate Investigations National Institute Steering Committee, the Criminal Justice Section White Collar Crime Committee, and the Section of Business Law have collaborated to create an insightful and valuable program for in-house and outside counsel, as well as other professionals involved in corporate investigations. Two pre-conference workshops – a corporate investigations primer and a hot topics seminar for in-house counsel – will offer additional intensive instruction.
Janet Levine is one of the Committee Members and she is moderating a breakout session entitled, Representing the Individual.
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