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2022 Government Enforcement eConference

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2022 Government Enforcement eConference
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Join us for The University of Texas School of Law’s 8th Annual Government Enforcement Institute (UTGEI)—one of the premier enforcement programs in the country, bringing together the top enforcement practitioners, in-house counsel, compliance professionals, and agency personnel. Hear from some of the nation’s most prominent authorities on key issues and strategies for protecting companies and executives in government investigations.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 10.25 | 2.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 10/31/2023

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1. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Non-Financial Firms Now in the Crosshairs? (Oct 2022)

David I. Monteiro, Donna Daniels, David A. Tallman

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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: Non-Financial Firms Now in the Crosshairs? (Oct 2022)

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a powerful enforcement agency with aggressive leadership. Banks and other financial institutions are rightly focused on understanding the Bureau’s evolving priorities, objective, and strategies, but a key part of the Bureau’s stated enforcement and supervision strategy is expanding its reach into “non-financial” firms that have a significant role in the financial lives of consumers, with an emphasis on the technology industry. This panel discusses where the Bureau is headed, the legal theory underpinning its strategy, and what non-financial firms can do to prepare.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

David I. Monteiro, Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP - Dallas, TX
Donna Daniels, Managing Director, EY - New York, NY
David A. Tallman, Member, McGlinchey - Houston, TX

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2. Emerging Compliance Programs and Issues (Oct 2022)

Patrick K. Craine, Brent Benoit, John J. Sardar

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Emerging Compliance Programs and Issues (Oct 2022)

This panel discusses ESG, new supply chain rules, Russia, sanctions, and so much more.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

Patrick K. Craine, Chief Legal and Administrative Officer, Gulfport Energy Corporation - Oklahoma City, OK
Brent Benoit, Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, National Oilwell Varco - Houston, TX
John J. Sardar, Global Head of Compliance, AB InBev - St. Louis, MO

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3. SEC: Developments and Current Priorities (Oct 2022)

Jason S. Flemmons, Jina Choi, Rebecca Fike, Kurt Gottschall, David Peavler

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SEC: Developments and Current Priorities (Oct 2022)

An update on the SEC’s recent enforcement efforts involving financial fraud, corporate disclosure, SPACs and ESG.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

Jason S. Flemmons, Senior Managing Director, Ankura Consulting Group - Washington, DC
Jina Choi, Partner, Morrison Foerster - San Francisco, CA
Rebecca Fike, Partner, Vinson & Elkins LLP - Dallas, TX
Kurt Gottschall, Partner, Haynes Boone, LLP - Denver, CO
David Peavler, Regional Director, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Fort Worth Regional Office, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission - Fort Worth, TX

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4. FCPA: Key Updates and Strategic Responses (Oct 2022)

Jim Letten, Lisa Miller, Jason Rose

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FCPA: Key Updates and Strategic Responses (Oct 2022)

This panel discusses takeaways from recent resolutions in Glencore, Stericycle and Tenaris in the context of existing policies, and what both DOJ and SEC pronouncements portend in the corporate white collar space generally. Additionally, the panel members examine how “agency” is being interpreted by the government in the FCPA context in the ongoing quest to identify and manage third party risks.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

Jim Letten, Partner, Butler Snow LLP - New Orleans, LA
Lisa Miller, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice - Washington, DC
Jason Rose, Senior Counsel, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission - Fort Worth, TX

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5. Responding to the Government’s Expectations around eDiscovery, Data Production and Ephemeral Communications (Oct 2022)

Brooke Hopkins, Nick Chambers, Cory E. Jacobs, Shamoil T. Shipchandler, Nikolay Vydashenko

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Responding to the Government’s Expectations around eDiscovery, Data Production and Ephemeral Communications (Oct 2022)

Now you see it, now you don’t. Hear about case studies regarding challenges and best practices when managing ephemeral communications, particularly when responding to government production requests.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

Brooke Hopkins, Managing Director, AlixPartners - Dallas, TX
Nick Chambers, Director, AlixPartners LLP - Washington, DC
Cory E. Jacobs, Assistant Chief, U.S. Department of Justice Criminal Division, Fraud Section - Washington, DC
Shamoil T. Shipchandler, Chief Counsel, Risk and Regulatory Legal Group, Charles Schwab Corporation - Dallas, TX
Nikolay Vydashenko, Assistant Director, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Division of Enforcement - Fort Worth, TX

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6. Cybersecurity and Ransomware: Updates and Best Practices (Oct 2022)

Chase Przilas, Shardul Desai, Derek Kleinmann, Kristina Littman

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Cybersecurity and Ransomware: Updates and Best Practices (Oct 2022)

As ransomware and cyber attacks against critical infrastructure continue to make headlines around the world, companies are left to wonder if they are doing enough to stay safe. Examine evolving ransomware trends and cybersecurity best practices, as well as the SEC's proposed cybersecurity rules and the anticipated impact.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

Chase Przilas, Director Cybersecurity, PwC - Dallas, TX
Shardul Desai, Partner, Holland & Knight - Washington, DC
Derek Kleinmann, Enforcement Attorney, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission - Fort Worth, TX
Kristina Littman, Partner, Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP - Washington, DC

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7. Tales from Trial: The Boeing Case is Shot Down (Oct 2022)

David Gerger, Cory E. Jacobs, Ashlee Martin

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Tales from Trial: The Boeing Case is Shot Down (Oct 2022)

Defense attorneys for the Boeing test pilot, the only individual indicted in connection with the Boeing 737 Max crashes, discuss details of the trial and their successful defense strategy.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

David Gerger, Partner, Gerger Hennessy & Martin LLP - Houston, TX
Cory E. Jacobs, Assistant Chief, U.S. Department of Justice Criminal Division, Fraud Section - Washington, DC
Ashlee Martin, Partner, Gerger Hennessy & Martin LLP - Houston, TX

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8. Keynote Presentation: The Department’s Efforts to Combat Financial and Corporate Crime (Oct 2022)

Kenneth A. Polite Jr.

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Keynote Presentation: The Department’s Efforts to Combat Financial and Corporate Crime (Oct 2022)

Through its policies and its prosecutions of individuals and corporations, the Department of Justice is focused on encouraging corporations to proactively target misconduct, empower corporate compliance officers, and incentivize individuals to come forward to report potential misconduct as soon as it is identified. The Department of Justice’s Criminal Division has used a combination of cutting-edge data analytics techniques, traditional law enforcement tools, and a focus on compliance to root out fraud and corrupt conduct. 

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

Kenneth A. Polite Jr., Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, The United States Department of Justice - Washington, DC

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9. Department of Justice: Critical Criminal Developments (Oct 2022)

Kip Mendrygal, Elisha Kobre, Chad Meacham, Lisa Miller, Gil M. Soffer

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Department of Justice: Critical Criminal Developments (Oct 2022)

This program highlights past, present, and future developments in government enforcement. The discussion will include high-profile DOJ investigations and indictments over the past two years, pandemic-induced changes to investigations, white collar litigation across the country, and the key enforcement topics in 2022 and beyond.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

Kip Mendrygal, Partner, Locke Lord LLP - Dallas, TX
Elisha Kobre, Partner, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP - Dallas, TX
Chad Meacham, U.S. Attorney's Office, Northern District of Texas - Dallas, TX
Lisa Miller, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice - Washington, DC
Gil M. Soffer, Managing Partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP - Chicago, IL

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10. A Boardroom View to Preventing and Resolving Investigation Issues (Oct 2022)

Kit Addleman, Rhys J. Best, Donna Epps, Sylvia J. Kerrigan

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A Boardroom View to Preventing and Resolving Investigation Issues (Oct 2022)

Members of Boards of Directors discuss approaches to difficult situations including government and internal investigations, including working with disclosure committees and the financial team to identify issues; internal investigation experiences and board expectations; the roles of the audit committee and full board in responding to or overseeing investigations; crisis management; DOJ and SEC expectations for the Board; and board member responses to seeing actions from those agencies against companies in their industries.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

Kit Addleman, Partner, Haynes Boone, LLP - Dallas, TX
Rhys J. Best, Chairman of the Board at Arcosa and Director at Texas Pacific Land Trust - Dallas TX, Arcosa, Inc. - Dallas, TX
Donna Epps, Director, SAIA, Texas Pacific Land Trust, and Texas Roadhouse - Dallas, TX
Sylvia J. Kerrigan, Board of Directors, Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc. - Covington, LA

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11. Ethical Issues Facing In-House Counsel (Nov 2022)

Matthew G. Nielsen, Brent Basden, Erica Benites Giese, Michael Jackman

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Ethical Issues Facing In-House Counsel (Nov 2022)

In-house counsel are facing increasingly complicated ethical issues arising from internal and government investigations. Hear discussion on ethics issues faced by in-house counsel, including how to navigate through investigations of key officers and executives, balancing when to report to the Board where management is reluctant to act, and recent developments regarding waiver of privilege during reporting out of investigation results.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

Matthew G. Nielsen, Partner, Bracewell LLP - Dallas, TX
Brent Basden, Partner, Koning Rubarts LLP - Dallas, TX
Erica Benites Giese, Partner, Jackson Walker LLP - San Antonio, TX
Michael Jackman, Director, Senior Counsel/Compliance, Hudson Advisors L.P. - Dallas, TX