Pete Anderson Speaking at NC Bar CLE Program on Evolving Trends in White Collar Crime

Principal Pete Anderson (Washington, DC) will speak in a CLE program hosted by the North Carolina Bar. The program is titled "A 360 View of White Collar Crimes from Start to Finish - From Investigators, Prosecutors, Practitioners and Judges" and will take place from 8:15am to 5:15pm (EDT) on May 13 in Greensboro, NC.

Pete will speak in a presentation titled "Executives Beware: The Implications of DOJ’s New Yates Memo," which will take place from 8:45am to 9:45am (EDT). His presentation will provide an overview of the new Yates Memo, including a discussion of the possible implications on internal investigations as well as securing corporate cooperation credit.

Pete will also moderate the keynote address, which is titled "From Typewriters and Fax Machines to Digital Discovery: The Technology Isn’t the Only Thing That Evolves" and will take place from 12:30pm to 2:00pm (EDT). During the address, some of the recognized “Deans” of the North Carolina criminal defense bar share their historical perspectives on a variety of issues, including significant changes and concerns, as well as a forecast for the future.

CLE credit will be available in some jurisdictions.

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