Presented by the In-House Counsel and Criminal Justice Sections
Working with Law Enforcement:
Veteran prosecutors and in-house counsel on getting the government’s attention and responding to the government’s demands
||Thursday, July 16, 2020
||4:00 - 5:15 p.m.
Counsel, Litigation and Safety, Lyft; former Assistant U.S. Attorney
Global Legal Response and Fraud Investigations Manager, Square; former Assistant U.S. Attorney
Assistant U.S. Attorney
Special Prosecutions Unit, San Francisco District Attorney’s Office
Founder, Director of Investigations, Waterfront Intelligence
Users are committing fraud on your company’s digital platform. What does it take for the government to prosecute? In other cases, the government subpoenas your company’s private data: how do you decide what to provide? What ethics must you consider in each case?
This workshop will explore
- Packaging your investigations for law enforcement
- Calculating loss
- Responding to subpoenas
- Determining what data is disclosable
For a printable flyer, click here.
Event Code: G201501
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To receive MCLE credit, you must sign in during the designated MCLE registration period. This activity is approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California. BASF is a certified provider: Provider #103
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