Principals Gary Lincenberg and Nicole Rodriguez Van Dyk will be featured speakers at the American Bar Association’s 36th National Institute on White Collar Crime.
On October 27th, Lincenberg will join Andrea Griswold, Gary Naftalis, and moderator Antonia Apps in the Day 2 panel, “Securities Enforcement in 2021: From Banks to Big Tech?” to discuss recent enforcement actions by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and offer insights and tips for defending clients affected by these actions.
Van Dyk will be speaking on October 28th for the event’s Day 3 panel, “Perennial Ethics Issues,” where she will address current developments in litigation that raise a wide variety of ethical issues, including “joint defense and common interest agreements, the lawyer’s duty of candor to the court and the public, avoiding disabling conflicts, and preserving privilege when confronted with questionable client demands.” The ethics panel will include speakers Jesse Liu, Justin Murphy, Mark Schnapp, and moderator Janet Levine.
The event will be held from October 27, 2021 through October 29, 2021 at the Hyatt Regency Miami.
View the conference schedule here.
Click here to read Bird Marella’s article in Chambers USA, where Lincenberg and Van Dyk, along with Benjamin Gluck and Ariel Neuman, expand on the complex field of White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations.