White-Collar Criminal Defense Litigation: Stay in the Know (On-Demand)

$179.00

2021 saw a change in the White House and in leadership roles at the DOJ, SEC, and other criminal and regulatory enforcement bodies. This program will alert white-collar defense practitioners to the recent shift in the government’s criminal and enforcement priorities and offer a recap on some of the most recent developments in law. Additionally, the program will offer insights on how to defend clients against common pandemic era allegations and advise clients on how to avoid the extra scrutiny brought on by pandemic-related enforcement.

This program is presented by Andrew M. J. Bernstein, Partner, and Chair of Sichenzia Ross Ference LLP’s White-Collar Defense and Investigations Practice. The course will benefit white-collar criminal defense practitioners who represent corporations and individuals in government investigations, criminal cases, and in parallel regulatory and quasi-criminal investigations.

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Event Details

Course Type

Original Date Of Course

Course Instructor

Andrew M. J. Bernstein, Esq.

General Credits

1.5

Course Description

2021 saw a change in the White House and in leadership roles at the DOJ, SEC, and other criminal and regulatory enforcement bodies. This program will alert white-collar defense practitioners to the recent shift in the government’s criminal and enforcement priorities and offer a recap on some of the most recent developments in law. Additionally, the program will offer insights on how to defend clients against common pandemic era allegations and advise clients on how to avoid the extra scrutiny brought on by pandemic-related enforcement.

This program is presented by Andrew M. J. Bernstein, Partner, and Chair of Sichenzia Ross Ference LLP’s White-Collar Defense and Investigations Practice. The course will benefit white-collar criminal defense practitioners who represent corporations and individuals in government investigations, criminal cases, and in parallel regulatory and quasi-criminal investigations.

Syllabus

  1. Assess the recent shift in criminal and enforcement priorities by the federal government and other regulatory agencies
  2. Review recent major white-collar defense developments
  3. Discuss common pandemic era criminal charges/allegations and the related possible defenses
  4. Provide insights on how to effectively advise clients about new criminal and regulatory priorities and how to try to avoid extra scrutiny brought on by pandemic era conditions
  5. Insight on what to look for in the white-collar defense world in the latter half of 2021, and what you and your clients should consider now

Instructor

Andrew M. J. Bernstein, Esq.

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