Consero Roundtable

Speaking Engagement | April.17.2019

Marines’ Memorial Club
Please join Orrick at Consero’s Corporate Compliance & Ethics Executive Roundtable on April 17, 2019 at the Marines’ Memorial Club in San Francisco, CA, where Orrick partners Lily Becker, Aravind Swaminathan and John Wolfe will be presenting on the panels, “Building An Operationalized, Systematic & Sustainable Compliance Culture” and “Approaching Sensitive and Complex Investigations.”.

At Consero’s Corporate Compliance & Ethics Executive Roundtable, you will be joined by like-minded Chief Compliance Officers for inspiration and insight, networking and learning, and proven strategies to improve your business practices. Amongst topics to be discussed, include:

  • Building an Operationalized, Systematic & Sustainable Compliance Culture
  • Approaching Sensitive & Complex Investigations: Considerations for Compliance Officers
  • Fine-Tuning Training & Communications for A More Compliant Workforce
  • Harnessing Data & Analytics to Transform Compliance

CLE Credits Available: N



  • Pénal des affaires, Enquêtes et Conformité
  • Investigations internationales et mesures d'application
  • Enquêtes Internationales
  • FCPA & Anti–Corruption
  • Éthique et Conformité
  • Défense pénale des cols blancs (cadres)

Lily Becker Partner Pénal des affaires, Enquêtes et Conformité, Investigations internationales et mesures d'application

San Francisco; Seattle

Lily Stevens Becker est associée au sein du bureau de San Francisco d’Orrick. Elle est spécialisée dans les contentieux boursiers très médiatisés, les litiges entre actionnaires, les enquêtes internes et les mesures d’exécution réglementaire. Elle dispose d’une solide expérience dans la gestion des enquêtes internes ayant trait au FCPA (“Foreign Corrupt Practices Act” ou loi sur les pratiques de corruption à l’étranger), à la conformité, aux détournements de fonds, à la fraude et au droit boursier. Elle a mené des enquêtes dans le monde entier pour des multinationales ainsi que des enquêtes ciblées pour de petites entreprises. Elle est actuellement membre de l’Équipe de Monitors (Surveillants) pour un Monitorship (mise sous surveillance) DOJ (Department of Justice) FCPA d’une société spécialisée dans les technologies bancaires et a été membre de l’équipe chargée du Monitorship FCPA d’une société spécialisée dans le matériel médical.

Elle représente régulièrement des particuliers et des entreprises dans le cadre de mesures d’exécution et d’enquêtes de la SEC, d’enquêtes du DOJ, d’enquêtes de la FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Autority, Inc), de class actions dans le domaine du droit boursier et d’actions ut singuli (derivative suits ) d’actionnaires. Elle a représenté des fondateurs et des investisseurs dans les start-up, notamment dans des affaires portant sur des litiges en matière de capital risque, de concurrence déloyale, d’inexécution d’accords de partenariat ou de pactes d’actionnaires, de réclamations et fraudes liées à l’emploi et d’obligations fiduciaries.

En outre, elle exerce une activité de conseil et de contentieux dans le domaine des assurances, notamment en matière de responsabilité civile des dirigeants et des mandataires sociaux, et les obligations d’indemnisation des sociétés.

Elle est notamment intervenue dans les affaires suivantes :

  • Elle a été membre de l’Équipe des Monitors (Surveillants) pour un Monitorship FCPA d’une société spécialisée dans les technologies bancaires
  • Elle a été membre d’une équipe de conseils juridiques dans le cadre d’un Monitorship FCPA d’une société spécialisée dans le matériel médical.
  • Elle a représenté de nombreux particuliers dans le cadre d’auditions liées à des enquêtes de la SEC et du DOJ.
  • Elle a représenté une société spécialisée dans le matériel médical dans le cadre d’allégations de violation du FCPA.
  • Elle a représenté des membres du Board d’entreprises cotées dans le cadre d’actions ut singuli et de contentieux d’actionnaires.
  • Elle a représenté de nombreuses entreprises cotées dans le cadre de class actions d’actionnaires pour fraude relative au droit boursier
  • Second chair (deuxième président) d’un arbitrage donnant lieu à une sentence favorable dans un litige opposant des fondateurs d’une start up spécialisée dans l’internet.
  • Elle a représenté un ancien directeur juridique d’une entreprise cotée dans un contentieux relatif à des stocks options.
  • Elle a représenté une société dans un litige portant sur une police D&O (assurance responsabilité civile des mandataires sociaux et dirigeants).
  • Elle a représenté une société dans un arbitrage portant sur des questions immobilières, fiscales et contractuelles.

Avant de rejoindre Orrick, Ms. Becker exerçait comme Assistante (clerk) du Juge Loren A. Smith à la United States Court of Federal Claims.

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  • Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation
  • Class Action Defense
  • White Collar, Investigations, Securities Litigation & Compliance
  • Government Investigations and Enforcement Actions
  • Trials
  • Fintech
  • Automotive Technology & Mobility

Aravind Swaminathan Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation, Class Action Defense

Seattle; Boston

Data is igniting a global, technological revolution. Increased collection, use, storage, and transfer of data has shifted the paradigm of innovation – and created a global security problem. Fortune 500 companies with large quantities of data, cities with vulnerable infrastructure, and every institution in between must manage that risk, without encumbering progress or technological advancement. To do so, they turn to Aravind Swaminathan, Global Co-chair of Orrick’s internationally recognized Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation team. Aravind is ranked by Chambers USA and Chambers Global. Clients endorse Aravind, telling Chambers, “he is a strong litigator,” “extremely skilled in the field of legal cybersecurity, extremely responsive and he makes time for us.” “He’s always well prepared and consistently has the answer we need.”

As a strategic cybersecurity advisor, Aravind partners with clients to proactively plan for a crisis and develop strategies to improve resiliency, respond efficiently and effectively, protect their business and brand, and defend them in the onslaught of litigation and enforcement actions that follow. He guides organizations from large public company financial institutions to start-up technology companies to critical infrastructure providers through incidents, and develops business- and brand-centric strategies to mitigate and manage risk. He has directed more than 200 cybersecurity incident and data breach investigations, including enterprise-wide network intrusions to cyberattacks with national security implications. 

With extensive trial, litigation and appellate experience, he defends his clients in cyber, privacy, and payments related class actions and other civil litigation (particularly Computer Fraud and Abuse Act matters), and in when these issues lead to regulatory investigations by the SEC, DOJ, FTC, and State Attorneys General.   

Aravind’s background as an Assistant United States Attorney and Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Section attorney gives him first-hand understanding of federal agencies that allows him to swiftly navigate the system, partner with investigators and find creative solutions for his clients. As a federal cybercrime prosecutor, Aravind investigated and prosecuted a broad array of cybercrime cases, including hacking, phishing, trade secrets theft, click fraud, cyber threats, and identity theft. Aravind also led the cybercrime outreach program, where he worked with members of the Department of Justice, state and federal regulators, law enforcement and other organizations on cybersecurity and related privacy issues. During his time as federal prosecutor in the Complex Crimes Unit, he also investigated and prosecuted a wide array of white-collar crimes, including investment schemes, corporate fraud and embezzlement, securities fraud, tax evasion and the nation’s largest bank failure.



  • White Collar, Investigations, Securities Litigation & Compliance
  • Corporate
  • White Collar
  • Trials

John Wolfe Partner White Collar, Investigations, Securities Litigation & Compliance, Corporate


For more than 40 years, John Wolfe has provided crisis management advice to and directly represented businesses (both public and private) and individuals confronting complex, high profile government investigations (criminal and civil) or other character and conduct related issues. Chambers USA has described John as “having a fantastic reputation throughout the Bar as someone who can solve big-time problems,” and "one of the premier white-collar defense lawyers on the West Coast."

John is consistently recognized in The Best Lawyers in America and recommended by The Legal 500 United States as a white collar criminal defense lawyer. John relies upon a multi-disciplinary crisis management strategy to assist clients address both legal and reputational risk.

John has extensive experience representing clients in federal and state criminal and civil investigations, including state attorney general investigations, related to alleged: health care fraud and standards of care violations resulting in death, consumer protection violations,  public corruption and campaign finance violations, environmental violations (both land-based and maritime), including catastrophic industrial accident response and investigations, cybersecurity investigations and securities and tax fraud, including money laundering. John is an accomplished and seasoned trial lawyer who has represented public and private clients in more than 100 jury trials, and appeared in state and federal proceedings throughout the Pacific Northwest, as well as California, Florida, Montana, New York, and Wyoming.


In 2004, John chaired the Magistrate Selection Committee for the Federal District Court in the Western District of Washington. He has also served on several Merit Selection panels identifying candidates for appointment to the federal bench in the Western District of Washington. He is currently co-chair of the Federal Appointments Committee for the Federal Bar Association and has served as a Ninth Circuit Representative. He was once appointed to serve as a Special Master in a matter pending before the Federal District Court in the Western District of Washington to investigate issues related to a multi-party joint defense agreement.