The goal of the conference is to bring the energy and excitement of our previous international white collar crime conferences to Asia and create unique opportunities for our participants to network and explore the legal complexities of white collar crime in the growing Chinese legal market. Conference topics will include:
- General Counsels’ Roundtable
- Enforcers' Roundtable
- How to Conduct an International Internal Investigation
- Recent Developments in Global Antitrust Cartel Enforcement and Anticipated Implications for China and Asia
- Comparative Legal Systems & Special Enforcement Issues in China, the US & Beyond
- Year in Review: Lessons Learned from Recent White Collar Crimes Prosecutions in China & the US
- Trends Regarding Anti-Corruption Enforcement in China & the US
- Cyber Crime & Virtual Currencies
- Social Responsibility of CorporationsLUNCHEON KEYNOTE SPEAKER – November 19Sung-Hee Suh, U.S. Deputy Assistant Attorney GeneralSuh was appointed in Sept. 2014 as the U.S. Department of Justice's Deputy Assistant Attorney General overseeing the Criminal Division's Fraud, Appellate and Capital Case Sections. She re-joined the Department after 15 years in private practice at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP in New York, where she was a partner in the Litigation group and focused on representing institutions and individuals in financial fraud, securities regulatory, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, anti-money laundering and sanctions matters.
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Registration Open for ABA CJS Global White Collar Crime Institute
Registration is now open for the Inaugural ABA Criminal Justice Section Global White Collar Crime Institute, which will take place November 19-20, 2015 at the Ritz-Carlton Shanghai Pudong in Shanghai, China. The event is done in collaboration with the KoGuan Law School of the Shanghai Jiao Tong University. I am honored to serve as the Institute Chair and hope to see many of my blog readers at the event.
This conference will be an incredible opportunity to interact with prosecutors, judges, defense counsel, accountants, in-house counsel, and academics from the U.S., China, and other parts of the world as they convene to discuss the complexities of international white collar crime.
More from the registration website:
The complete program is also now available on the ABA CJS registration website.