Companies and other entities are increasingly subject to “informal” inquiries from regulators, whether as a result of whistleblowers seeking monetary rewards, press reports, competitor complaints or tips from other law enforcement investigations.
Such inquiries from regulators typically ask the company to conduct an investigation and report back on the results. There may not be any basis in fact or wrongdoing behind the inquiry, but mishandling an inquiry can nonetheless result in a formal investigation, adverse publicity, great expense and business disruption.
Join us on Oct. 21 at 2pm Eastern / 11am Pacific and learn from the best about the must-have measures to take when an outside regulator requests an investigation.
Susan Frank Divers — Senior Advisor to LRN Corp., a leading ethics and compliance organization. Divers also is former head of global compliance for AECOM, a systems integration company with more than 130,000 employees worldwide.
Nancy Laben — General Counsel and Executive Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton. Laben leads the organization’s legal department, dealing with corporate governance, cyber law, securities compliance, M&A, corproate investigations, and more. She is former General Counsel to AECOM Technologies, former Deputy General Counsel at Accenture, and former member of the legal department at IBM.
Kimberly A. Parker — Partner, Wilmer Hale. Parker focuses on white-collar criminal matters, internal corporate investigations and compliance counseling. She co-leads the firm’s FCPA and Anti-Corruption Practice, and is co-author, with Roger Witten and Jay Holtmeier, of the leading treatise titled Complying with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (Matthew Bender, 8th ed. 2013).