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4th Annual White Collar Criminal Law Forum
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4th Annual White Collar Criminal Law Forum
4th Annual White Collar Criminal Law Forum

10/17/2019

When: Thursday, October 17, 2019
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Bank of America Center
1111 East Main Street
3rd Floor Conference Room
Richmond, Virginia  23219
United States
Contact:
Khadijah Vasser

Phone: 804-644-0041 ext. 120

Details

Online registration is now closed. Walk-ins are welcome and registration is available on-site.

What to Expect

Join the VBA Criminal Law Section for "When the Whistle Blows: Recent Developments and Trends in False Claims Act Litigation." The program will begin with welcome remarks by Zach Terwilliger, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, followed by two 90-minute CLE sessions. Make plans to join us at noon for a keynote presentation by the @CrimeADay Guy, Mike Chase, and lunch (included in your registration fee). This is not a program you want to miss! 

8:45 a.m. - 10:15 p.m – Lifecycle of a False Claims Act Case: From Whistleblower to Global Resolution (90 min CLE)

Pursuing fraud and false claims against the government remains an important DOJ enforcement priority and results in the recovery of billions of dollars annually.  A moderated panel that includes a qui tam relator's counsel, federal and state prosecutors and a defense counsel will discuss the lifecycle of a False Claims Act case, offering unique perspectives for representing the various parties involved. The panel will address the initiation of qui tam and False Claims Act cases, the government’s decision whether to intervene, and cooperation between the qui tam relator and the government. The panel will also discuss common issues presented in False Claims Act investigations and litigation and offer strategies for representing companies and individuals subject to its reach.

10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. – Regulatory Trends and the False Claims Act: Policies, Priorities and Payouts (90 min CLE)

While health care and the Department of Defense consistently comprise the bulk of False Claims Act cases and recovery, many industries are susceptible to False Claims Act scrutiny. This distinguished panel will discuss False Claims Act enforcement priorities and forecast industries that may be at risk. The panel will also address DOJ’s recent cooperation guidance that further incentivizes companies to voluntarily disclose misconduct. As the panel will discuss, cooperation credit can result in substantial reduction of damages and civil penalties. Finally, the panel will discuss the application of the so-called Granston Memo, identifying the circumstances under which DOJ may dismiss a qui tam action under the False Claims Act.

SEE THE AGENDA

MCLE Credits: 3.0 Approved

Registration

Registration for the 4th Annual White Collar Criminal Law Forum is open. The deadline to register in advance is October 15. After this date, please plan to register on-site.

Register online

Register online by clicking the link above.
NOTE: If you sign-in on vba.org, your registration form will automatically populate with your member information. We encourage you to sign in as a time-saver. If you do not have a log-in, or can't remember your password, please contact Elizabeth Gerde at 804-644-0041 Ext. 118.

Register by Hand

Download and tab through the printable registration form to fill it out. Please return the form to the VBA office by mail, fax or email.

PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM [PDF]

Parking information

Parking is available at the following locations:

Bank of America Deck
1111 East Main Street (Enter on Cary Street)
Richmond, VA 23219

Shockoe Slip Garage
110 South 13th Street (Enter on 12th Street)
Richmond, VA 23219

James Center Parking Deck
1000 East Canal Street
Richmond, VA 23219

 
 

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