Investigations and enforcement actions can present significant risks and potential disruptions for companies, and assessing how they may impact your company presents its own challenges. Join Steptoe's cross-disciplinary team on Thursday, January 27, for the next complimentary webinar in our quarterly series focused on the latest developments and key issues arising in international investigations and enforcement matters across jurisdictions, law enforcement agencies, and areas of practice. In addition to covering Q4 developments, we'll also recap some of the big developments from 2021 and touch on what we expect to see in 2022.
Topics for discussion include key developments and trends involving:
- Economic sanctions and export controls
- False Claims Act
- SEC, CFTC, and FINRA enforcement
- Updates on US insider trading law
- UK and EU developments
- US Congressional investigations
Date: Thursday, January 27, 2022
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ET
- Jason Abel, Partner in Steptoe's Government Affairs & Public Policy group; and former chief counsel for US Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer when Sen. Schumer was Chairman of the US Senate Committee on Rules & Administration; and former counsel for Sen. Schumer in his personal office
Iris Bennett, Partner in Steptoe's Investigations & White-Collar Defense group
- Chris Conte, Partner in Steptoe's Investigations & White-Collar Defense group; and former Associate Director, Division of Enforcement, US Securities and Exchange Commission
- Stacie R. Hartman, Partner and Co-chair of Steptoe's Financial Services group
- Paul Hurst, Partner and head of Steptoe's Government Contracts practice
- Patrick Linehan, Partner in Steptoe's Investigations & White-Collar Defense group
- Lucinda Low, Partner and head of Steptoe's FCPA practice
- Michael Miller, Partner in Steptoe's Investigations & White-Collar Defense group
- Zoe Osborne, Partner in Steptoe's Investigations & White-Collar Defense group
- Wendy Wysong, Partner and co-head of Steptoe’s Investigations & White-Collar Defense group; 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
Steptoe is an accredited CLE provider in New York, California, and Illinois and is pleased to offer the following credit for participation in the live event. If you are seeking credit in other jurisdictions, please make a note in your registration form and we’ll apply on your behalf.
- New York: This program is approved for 1.5 hours of CLE credit including 1.5 hours in areas of professional practice. The content and format are suitable for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
- California: 1.5 hours 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 hours of General CLE credit.