Brown to Speak at 28th ABA Annual National Institute on White Collar CrimeMarch 5-7, 2014
O’Melveny partner Mary Patrice Brown (DC) will be speaking at ABA’s 28th Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime in Miami on March 5, 2014.
Brown will be speaking on a panel, "Ethical Considerations in Internal Investigations". Other panelists include Jeff Knox, the Chief of the Fraud Section of DOJ’s Criminal Division, Judge Paul Borman of the E.D. Mich., and Sandy Weinberg of Zuckerman Spaeder.
The 2014 keynote panels will focus on the most significant white collar criminal trials of the past year, and on the ethical implications presented by the use of social media and other electronic technology. The Institute will have excellent representation from the corporate sector, including members of the legal and compliance groups of Baker Hughes Inc., BlackBerry Limited, General Electric, General Dynamics, HSBC, Morgan Stanley, News Corp., the Willis Group, and the World Bank Group. The Institute also will include senior members of the Department of Justice, prosecutors and distinguished members of the federal judiciary.
- An in-depth analysis of recent high visibility trials by the lawyers involved in the cases
- Ethical considerations in internal investigations
- Conducting global investigations, including issues of competing laws, data privacy, and blocking statutes
- Beginning an internal investigation
- Managing parallel investigations
- Sentencing guidelines and arguing for a departure
- Insider trading investigations and prosecutions
- Updates and trends in securities and FCPA enforcement
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