Join Steptoe's cross-disciplinary team for the first complimentary webinar in our quarterly series focused on the latest developments and key issues arising in international investigations and enforcement matters.
Date: Thursday, July 16, 2020
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. EDT
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Investigations and enforcement actions can present significant risks and potential disruptions for companies. On top of that, keeping up with the latest developments and assessing how they may impact your company presents its own challenges. How well are you staying informed of the latest trends and issues?
Topics for discussion include key developments and trends involving:
- US congressional investigations
- COVID-19-related issues
- Economic sanctions and export controls
- False Claims Act
- Securities enforcement
This quarterly series will be supplemented with additional webinars that will offer "deeper dives" into specific subject matters relevant to in-house counsel and compliance personnel, particularly those in highly regulated industries. Stay tuned for announcements of these upcoming webinars.
- Jim Barnette, Partner and former General Counsel, US House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce
- Chris Conte, Partner in Steptoe's White-Collar and Securities Enforcement practice and former Associate Director, Division of Enforcement, US Securities and Exchange Commission
- Paul Hurst, Partner and Chair of Steptoe's Government Contracts practice
- Patrick Linehan, Partner in Steptoe's White-Collar and Securities Enforcement practice
- Lucinda Low, Partner and Co-Chair of Steptoe's Compliance, Investigations, Trade and Enforcement Department
- Michael Miller, Partner in Steptoe's White-Collar and Securities Enforcement practice
- Brittany Prelogar, Partner and Co-Chair of Steptoe's International Regulation & Compliance and FCPA/Anti-Corruption practices
- Wendy Wysong, Partner and former Assistant US Attorney in Washington and former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Export Enforcement in the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry & Security (BIS)
CLE Credit Available:
- New York: 1.5 hour of CLE credit.
- California: 1.5 hour of CLE credit. No credit may be claimed for required CLE in legal ethics, recognition and elimination of bias in the legal profession, and competence issues.
- Illinois: 1.5 hour of General CLE credit.
If seeking CLE credit in other jurisdictions, please make note in your registration form.