Miami Vice: Enforcement Edge Heads South for the ABA White Collar Crime Conference
Enforcement Edge heads to Miami this week for the ABA’s White Collar Crime Conference. And Arnold & Porter’s White Collar Defense & Investigations group is on the ground in Miami to help you navigate it all! (Unfortunately, if you need help picking through the panoply of firm-sponsored cocktail parties, you are on your own—but we’ll work on it for next year . . . .)
Enforcement Edge will be live-blogging the conference, offering daily coverage of the latest insights from federal prosecutors, government regulators, the white collar defense bar, and the federal judiciary. We expect this year’s conference to cover the Biden Administration’s continuing enforcement priorities, as well as congressional investigations under a divided Congress. Keynote speakers this year include Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco and Criminal Division Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Polite, Jr. We also expect to hear from a number of other senior government officials, including the Assistant Secretary for Export Enforcement at the Bureau of Industry and Security, Department of Commerce, a number of Deputy Assistant Attorney Generals from the DOJ Criminal and Civil Division, and the Treasury Department’s Director of the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC). Three stars from Arnold & Porter’s White Collar Defense & Investigations group—Paul Fishman, Valarie Hays, and Craig Margolis—also will be featured on panels.
Join us this week for our special coverage of the ABA’s White Collar Conference. If you have any questions, please reach out to the authors or any of the A&P Enforcement Edge conference blogging team, which includes Marcus Asner, Amy Jeffress, Paul Fishman, Valarie Hays, Michael Krouse, Craig Margolis, John Nassikas, Michael Rogoff, Christian Sheehan, Christian Shultz, Harry Fidler, and Jayce Born. And for those of you who will be in Miami, we’ll see you there!
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