Ethics Issues in Government Investigations

ACC Annual Meeting

10/26/2010 09:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Securities Enforcement and Investigations + White Collar Defense

San Antonio, TX

Jordan Eth

Jordan Eth

Speaking Engagement

Where does in-house counsel’s obligation to promote business interests meet the obligation to disclose bad news?  Join experienced counsel as they address what actions to take during the first 24 hours after you are notified that your company is being investigated by the government, how to handle executives and employees who mistakenly press for in-house counsel to represent their interests (as opposed to the company’s), and how to handle communications with employees, the press, clients and suppliers.  The program also will address ethical limits on government actions and appropriate means for invoking them.

Speakers:

  • Jordan Eth, Partner and Co-Chair, Securities Litigation, Enforcement and White-Collar Defense Group, Morrison & Foerster LLP 
  • Jodie Kelley, Vice President and General Counsel, Business Software Alliance  
  • Monica Palko, Vice President, Corporate Responsibility,  ITT Defense & Information Solutions 
  • Jordan Thomas, Assistant Director, Securities and Exchange Commission - Division of Enforcement  

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