Robert J. Flanagan III, a member of the firm’s Litigation Department, will be on the faculty for the live webcast “White Collar Crime Law and the Criminal Justice Reform Under the New Administration: Trends, Developments and Updates,” to be presented by The Knowledge Group on Monday, November 6, 2017 from 1:00 – 2:00pm (ET).
Criminal justice reform has earned wide bipartisan support, recognizing the critical problems in the system. However, with President Trump's law and order campaign, many concerns regarding the reality of criminal justice reform have been raised.
Earlier this year, the President signed three Executive Orders that seek to crack down on international crime and crimes against law enforcement. Despite the Trump administration's focus on targeting violent criminals, especially drug cartels, businesses should still expect the Department of Justice's persistent efforts to prosecute white collar crimes.
Mr. Flanagan and his co-panelists will review recent developments and new trends related to white collar crime law enforcement under the Trump presidency. They will also provide insights on the current status of the U.S. criminal justice system and President Trump's efforts to reform. Topics to be covered during this program include:
- Background of the U.S. Criminal Justice System
- President Trump's Criminal Justice Policies
- Impact to White Collar Crime Law Enforcement
- Mitigating Heightened Enforcement Risks
Mr. Flanagan concentrates his practice in litigation, including substantial work in all aspects of both state and federal civil and criminal litigation pre-trial, trial, and appellate practice. His experience is focused in the areas of banking and creditors’ rights, white collar criminal defense, landlord-tenant disputes, personal injury, community association law, and commercial litigation.
Additional program details and registration at: http://bit.ly/2fzlBkF