A 360 View of White Collar Crimes from Start to Finish - From Investigators, Prosecutors, Practitioners and Judges

Anne M. Tompkins will speak at the North Carolina Bar Association's CLE program "A 360 View of White Collar Crimes from Start to Finish - From Investigators, Prosecutors, Practitioners and Judges."

This CLE program addresses a broad array of topics relating to complex white-collar criminal law, from an equally wide variety of perspectives -- U.S. Attorneys, U.S. District Judges, investigators and defense practitioners. This unique program also covers the full life-cycle of such cases, including:

The ground rules and tips for the early investigative phase;
The risks posed by parallel proceedings;
The importance of timely and accurate internal investigations;
The role of corporate compliance in reducing risks and influencing prosecutorial discretion; and
The advocacy opportunities in pre-trial motions, trials, and sentencing hearings.

In short, this program provides invaluable and practical training for lawyers who practice in civil, criminal, regulatory and compliance settings.

Planned by the NCBA Criminal Justice Section.

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