Staying Off the Front Page: Five Lessons Learned from White-Collar Investigations

There are few things senior executives fear more than criminal prosecution, and that's with good reason because being prosecuted can ruin lives, reputations, finances -- both corporate and personal -- marriages, and families. This course provides practical advice for in-house counsel on how their companies can seek to avoid triggering a criminal investigation and what to do if you're faced with one.

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Credit Type: General (Participatory)

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

New York

Credit Type: Areas of Prof. Prac. (Both (New & Exp Attys))

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

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Marc H. Axelbaum
Marc Axelbaum, a Pillsbury Litigation partner, leads the firm’s Northern California Corporate Investigations & White Collar Defense practice. Marc represents U.S. and international clients in criminal and civil cases and in corporate, SEC and regulatory investigations. He has represented clients from numerous industries, including energy (traditional and renewable), life sciences and health care, technology, banking, investment funds, real estate and construction. Marc also represents public officials. He is skilled at helping clients avoid charges and litigation in the first place, but also adept at defeating and resolving cases once brought.
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