William W. Taylor III and Aitan D. Goelman Speak at ABA National Institute on Internal Corporate Investigations and In-House Counsel

May 6 - 8, 2009

Zuckerman Spaeder LLP partners William W. Taylor and Aitan D. Goelman spoke at the American Bar Association’s (ABA) National Institute on Internal Corporate Investigations and In-House Counsel, held in Washington, DC on May 6-8, 2009. Mr. Goelman was part of a May 7 panel on “Protecting the Attorney-Client Privelege.” The session discussed topics such as:

  • Impact of the Filip Memorandum on Privilege Waivers
  • How Does the Waiver Influence the Conduct of the Investigation
  • Best Practices for Preserving the Privilege
  • Selective Waiver: Reconciling the Decisions
  • Anticipating Voluntary Disclosure
  • Privileges in Cross-Border Investigations

On May 8, Mr. Taylor participated in a panel on “Preventive Conduct: Installing an Effective Compliance Program to Avoid Government Investigations.” Presenters in this session focused on issues such as:

  • Designing and Implementing an Effective Compliance Program
  • Global and Cultural Challenges
  • Rule-Based v. Value-Based Training
  • Whistleblowing Hotlines

Morris “Sandy” Weinberg Jr., managing partner of the firm’s Tampa office, was a member of the National Institute Planning Committee.

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