White Collar Crime Division

Co-Executive Directors:

Morris “Sandy” Weinberg, Rita Glavin

White Collar Crime Committee

Co-Chairs: Robb Adkins, Michael J. Leotta

Vice Chair: Jason Linder

The Committee explores practice problems relating to such issues as health care fraud, workplace crimes and sentencing guidelines for organizations; develops policy; and sponsors annual CLE programs on white collar crime, health care fraud, gaming, qui tamenforcement/Civil False Claims Act, and money laundering. Subcommittees: Antitrust, Bank and Insurance Fraud, Corporate Criminal Liability, Environmental, Ethics, Federal Criminal Rules, Forfeiture, Government Procurement, Health Care, Money Laundering, Securities, Sentencing Guidelines, Tax Enforcement, Public Corruption. Regional groups meet around the country, in New York, California, Southeast, Florida, Illinois and Texas.

The White Collar Crime Committee takes a leadership role in furthering awareness and knowledge on pressing White collar Crime issues to practitioners, academics, and legal scholars across the nation and internationally. The committee explores practice problems relating to such issues as health care fraud, internal corporate investigations, corporate monitoring, tax fraud, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, money laundering, Qui Tam enforcement, and Securities Fraud. The Committee also develops policy and sponsors annual CLE programs on areas of white collar crime. Through continuing legal education seminars, workshops, conferences, and networking events, the White Collar Crime Committee members enjoy compelling discussions among leaders in the field and consistent legal updates on a variety of white collar crime topics.

White Collar Crime Committee Newsletters

Summer/Fall 2020 

Summer/Fall 2019 

Winter/Spring 2019

Summer/Fall 2018

Winter/Spring 2018

Women in White Collar Subcommittee

Co-Chairs Jennifer Belveal, Ilene Jaroslaw,  Jessica Nall

The mission of the Women in White Collar Subcommittee is to be the national representative of female professionals (including private and public defense attorneys, prosecutors, judges, and related professionals) who focus their practices in the area of white collar criminal, civil, administrative, and regulatory law. The Subcommittee will principally seek to advance gender diversity in white collar representation through promoting thought leadership, educational opportunities, and positive publicity to encourage a focus at the national level on the professional excellence and accomplishments of women in the white collar field.

View Women in White Collar page.