A Primer on Government and Internal Investigations

January 5, 2012
Fox Rothschild LLP

12 to 1 p.m. ET
9 to 10 a.m. PT

White-collar criminal investigations and related government enforcement proceedings are on the rise. The stakes are higher than ever, with prosecutors routinely seeking prison terms for offenses that historically brought only fines and probation. Along with the probability of incarceration, these prosecutions can result in potential license forfeiture and disbarment from regulated and professional industries. Additionally, white-collar crimes tend to be document intensive and involve difficult proof patterns, testing counsels' ability to clearly present the case to the judge, jury or government agency.

Join us for this presentation as we review frequent issues that arise in white-collar cases and related enforcement actions to assist participants in recognizing the problems and pitfalls in these increasingly common and complex matters.


Ernest E. Badway, Esq.
Patrick J. Egan, Esq.
Eric E. Reed, Esq.
This program will be presented live in our New York and Philadelphia offices and simulcast by video to our other offices in:

Atlantic City, NJ
Blue Bell, PA
Exton, PA
Las Vegas, NV
Los Angeles, CA
Pittsburgh, PA
Princeton, NJ
Roseland, NJ
San Francisco, CA
Stamford, CT
Warrington, PA
Washington, DC
West Palm Beach, FL
Wilmington, DE

CLE Credit

This course will provide CLE credit as follows:

California CLE - 1 General

Delaware CLE - 1 General (Pending)

Florida CLE - 1 General (Pending)

Nevada CLE - 1 General (Pending)

New Jersey CLE - 1.2 General (Pending)

New York CLE - 1.2 General(Pending)

Ohio CLE - 1 General (Pending)

Pennsylvania CLE - 1 Substantive


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If you would like CLE credit, please include your bar admission(s) and attorney identification number(s).