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Ethics Considerations When Interacting With Current and Former Employees During Investigations and Litigation

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

12:00–1:00pm ET
Arnold & Porter Webinar

This program addresses ethical issues and related practical considerations when interacting with current and former employees during investigations and litigation.

Join us to obtain a better understating of Upjohn warnings, multiple representation and conflicts of interest, privilege and ethical issues involving former employees, preparing witnesses for testimony or depositions, compensation of witnesses, and issues involving "up the ladder" reporting within a corporation.

Webinar Series Information

Counsel and compliance professionals at life sciences companies must be prepared to identify, assess and mitigate the potential risks to their businesses stemming from surging whistleblower activity and aggressive governmental investigations and private securities litigation.

Securities Enforcement and Disputes in the Life Sciences Industry is a five-part webinar series led by a team of Arnold & Porter attorneys comprised of former SEC, DOJ, and other seasoned litigators with decades of experience handling life sciences-related securities enforcement and disputes. The series is designed for life sciences company counsel and compliance professionals at all levels, equipping attendees with the tools needed to manage critical issues that arise in securities enforcement and litigation. Each webinar is self-contained and stands alone; those interested can attend one, some, or all sessions as they like. Detailed information on the previous webinars is linked below.

Thursday, May 30, 2019
» Securities Litigation Exposure for Life Science Companies

Wednesday, June 19, 2019
» Tired of Securities Enforcement Actions Targeting the Life Sciences Industry?

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
» The Perfect Storm: Handling Concurrent Governmental Investigations, Internal Investigations and Private Securities Litigation

Wednesday, October 16, 2019
» M&A Litigation and Commercial Disputes

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