Criminal Litigation

Announcements

 

The Criminal Litigation Committee is sponsoring the following two CLEs at the upcoming Section of Litigation & Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division (GPSolo) CLE Conference in New York City, May 1–3, 2019 .

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You’re Under Investigation: Expectations and Preparation Tips for a Government Investigation

Thursday, May 2
11:15 AM – 12:15 PM ET

This program will examine the key decisions that are needed after learning that your company is under a government investigation, including assembling an effective internal team, whether to engage outside counsel, communications with other professionals such as forensic consultants, whether to conduct a parallel internal investigation, recusal issues within the GC office, exposure of individuals within senior management, hiring separate counsel for witnesses, decisions about whether to terminate employees, public relations and press concerns, and other major issues.

Moderator
Hon. Sunil R. Harjani, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Chicago, IL

Speakers
Sachin Bansal, The Royal Bank of Canada, New York, NY
Neel Chopra, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Chicago, IL
Katya Jestin, Jenner & Block LLP, New York, NY
Stephanie Schuler, JPMorgan Chase & Co., New York, NY

Rising Litigation and Compliance Risks Facing Higher Education

Friday, May 3
9:10 AM –10:10 AM ET

This program will explore increasing complexities facing universities as they try to identify and address existential risks before they result in multifaceted litigation, enforcement actions, and reputational risks. The panel will delve into the growing risks that face universities from international research activities, NCAA regulations, and the #MeToo movement, among other topics. Panelists will explore how universities—and in particular their legal and compliance personnel —face unique challenges in identifying and mitigating these risks because of autonomy-afforded professors, more decentralized departments, and incentive structures that differ from typical corporate organizations.

Moderator
Erin R. Schrantz, Jenner & Block LLP, Chicago, IL

Speakers
Donna P. Fenn, Columbia University, New York, NY
Priya J. Harjani, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Sankar Suryanarayan, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ