Robert J. Flanagan III, a member of the firm’s Litigation Department, will be on the faculty for the live webcast “White Collar Enforcement in 2018: Navigating Recent Changes and Clearing Uncertainties,” to be presented by The Knowledge Group on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 3:00 – 4:30pm (ET).
For the past years, white collar enforcement priorities and activities have often been in the limelight due to the remarkably high level of fines. The new administration, along with its recent developments and amendments encompassing foreign corrupt practices, securities fraud, market manipulation, trading violations, cybersecurity and public corruption, has created a more complex and uncertain future to the white-collar enforcement program, giving rise to new legal challenges.
To avoid unwanted risks and costs, multinational companies and other organizations should consider implementing enhanced regulatory risk management and compliance programs. This program will provide an in-depth analysis of the current trends and recent court rulings involving white collar crimes. Speakers will also provide the audience with practical strategies and tips to avoid potential risks and legal challenges.
Key topics include:
- White Collar Cases and Civil Enforcement Actions: Overview
- Effective Compliance and Risk Management Strategies
- Current and Future Priorities
- Significant Court Rulings
- SEC's 2018 Enforcement Priorities
- What Lies Ahead
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. Mr. Flanagan represents several clients in debt collection matters for both consumer and commercial debts, including a large number of condominium homeowner associations.
Additional program details and registration at: http://bit.ly/2qw5Fo7