National Institute on Securities Fraud
September 28 - 29, 2006
From Enron to WorldCom to investigations of mutual fund practices and finite reinsurance transactions, securities fraud has dominated the news on the business pages for the past four years. This Securities Fraud National Institute will provide an in-depth, cutting edge and rewarding educational experience for all practitioners, including prosecutors, regulators, compliance officers and defense counsel, in this exciting and headline-making field. The very best from the SEC, DOJ, corporations and top-tier law firms will share their insights about a multitude of important subjects including:
- How to handle/represent whistleblowers
- How to cope with and conduct internal investigations
- Compliance: Is your client making it or faking it?
- How to cope with parallel investigations by the SEC, DOJ and plaintiffs
- Multiple charges: Fighting the two, three, and four-front war
- Criminal provisions of Sarbanes-Oxley
- When regulatory violations become criminal prosecutions
- Outside accountants as gatekeepers
The Securities Fraud National Institute Planning Committee, in cooperation with the Criminal Justice Section (White Collar Crime Committee), Section of Business Law, and the Section of Litigation are committed to providing an educational and professional forum to discuss the legal and ethical issues that arise in securities fraud matters in both panel presentations and break-out sessions.
Crowell & Moring’s Tom Hanusik, who is both a co-chair of the ABA Criminal Justice Section (White Collar Crime Committee), Section of Business Law and is on the planning committee for the conference, will be moderating a panel discussion, After Sarbanes-Oxley: The New Era Of Securities Fraud Enforcement. Crowell & Moring’s Phil Inglima will be participating on a panel, Parallel Investigations: Can The Government Keep From Colliding When Running Side-By-Side?
Crowell & Moring Participant(s)