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The New Focus on Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing and Implications for Government and Internal Investigations

March 10
Buffalo, NY
March 10, 2016
3:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Registration for this session is closed.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

The Offices of Hodgson Russ LLP

140 Pearl Street, Buffalo, NY

3:30 to 7:00 p.m.

The United States Department of Justice recently issued a memorandum to federal prosecutors nationwide making it clear that the federal government is refocusing and sharpening efforts to pursue individuals as part of white collar investigations, prosecutions and civil enforcement actions. In fact, a renewed, more aggressive approach to investigations generally, with a focus on individuals specifically, has already begun.

The Yates Memorandum changes the playing field for companies, their owners and executives, and individual employees in avoiding, managing, and handling both internal and government investigations. Federal, state, and local white collar enforcement and regulatory trends will be discussed.


• Avoid regulatory and enforcement trouble

• Protect companies and individuals

• Manage government inquiries, investigations and litigation

Daniel Oliverio is chair of the firm and leader of Hodgson Russ's False Claims Act & Whistleblower Representation and Business Crimes, Regulatory Offenses & Corporate Investigations Practices. Dan is a member of the firm's Business Litigation Practice, placing him among the firm's leaders in both civil business litigation and white-collar criminal and regulatory matters, including corporate investigations and compliance.

Timothy Hoover, partner, represents corporate and individual clients in white-collar criminal cases, complex fraud cases, tax cases, environmental cases, and joint defense matters at the federal, state and local levels. Tim is experienced in helping clients obtain exoneration, avoid charges, receive immunity, and in negotiating other favorable resolutions.

Registration will begin at 3:00 p.m. A cocktail reception will follow the program.

RSVP by March 4.

This seminar is complimentary. Seating is limited. Valet parking will be available.