Speaking Engagement

Defending the White Collar Case: In & Out of Court


Georgetown University Law Center
Washington, D.C.
Rowena Batoyon

NACDL and Georgetown Law Center CLE will present their 4th Annual White Collar Seminar at the Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C., November 6-7, 2008.

This very timely and unique program to address lessons learned from current cases and investigations, and teach you the best ways of defending your clients on all fronts. Seasoned defense lawyers, corporate counsel, consultants, and judges will share their stories and arm you with new skills, techniques, and knowledge to negotiate and try the toughest cases in the white collar legal arena, including the appropriate actions to take and what to avoid. Veteran prosecutors will also be on hand to contribute the government’s perspective on the most pressing issues facing the defense bar.

Jim Brosnahan will be a panelist on the program, "Bull's Eye on Companies - Defending the Corporation, Including Going to Trial," covering topics that include: Changes Since the McNulty Memorandum, Coordinating Corporate and Individual Representation, Alternatives to DPAs and Taking a Corporation to Trial.

For registration information, click here.  




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