Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Upcoming ABA Criminal Justice Section International White Collar Crime Conference

I am pleased to announce that registration is now open for the upcoming ABA Criminal Justice Section conference regarding "White Collar Crime and Regulatory Trends in the European Union and U.S."  The conference will occur in Amsterdam, Netherlands from May 15-16, 2014.  The first day will include a number of panel discussions examining important issues in the field.
This conference will bring together a cadre of international experts to examine the most current, pressing, and difficult issues in the European Union and United States regarding this rapidly changing field.

The panelists, emanating from numerous countries around the world, will address topics including: corporate espionage and cyber-crime; global internal investigations; securities laws and accompanying whistleblower programs; anti-corruption enforcement; money laundering and sanctions violations; and trends in enforcement and compliance.

This conference seeks to offer invaluable insights regarding white collar crime and regulatory trends to those of all levels of experience and those in various roles within and outside of corporations.
The first day will also include a luncheon keynote address by Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol.

On the second day of the conference, there will be an option day-trip to The Hague where participants will have the opportunity to network and tour the International Criminal Court and the International Court of Justice.

I will be moderating a panel regarding "Recent Trends Regarding the Globalization of Enforcement Actions and Cross-Border Internal Investigations in the EU and US."  The panel will include representatives from Allen & Overy LLP in New York, Alvarez & Marsal in Amsterdam, NautaDutilh in Amsterdam, and ZyLAB in Amsterdam.  I look forward to an informative exchange of ideas regarding this complex and critical topic.

The program materials and registration link is available here.

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