Practising Law Institute
Seminar | September.27.2017 | 9am - 5pm (Eastern Daylight Time)PLI New York Center (Webcast available)
In recent years, the government has sharply focused on compliance professionals and in-house counsel, the gatekeepers who are tasked with identifying corporate misconduct. If you are a gatekeeper or represent them, it is time to hear from experienced in-house and outside counsel, chief compliance officers and government officials as they discuss a variety of topics stemming from the government's scrutiny of the function, responsibilities and conduct of gatekeepers.
Securities Litigation Partner Robert Stern will be joining panelists for a discussion titled “Is Everything Privileged? Limitations on Privilege in the Area of Compliance”
This panel discussion will cover topics that include:
The line between compliance and legal functions of in-house counsel
When and how does the work product protection apply in government investigations?
How to plan for the possible waiver of arguably privileged communications
The government's increased reliance on the Crime-Fraud Exception to the Attorney-Client Privilege
Recent cases raising privilege issues
CLE Credits Available: Y