American Bar Association
 
White-Collar Crime Committee

ABA Section of Business Law


White-Collar Crime Committee


Mission Statement

The mission of the White Collar Crime Committee is to educate and be a resource for practitioners on those aspects of white collar criminal law that impact businesses and executives and to review and analyze the government's efforts to regulate business conduct via criminal investigations and prosecutions.

Committee Facts

  • Approximately 400 members.
  • We have three committee meetings each year, in the fall, winter and spring, with participation of most Committee members via conference call. Each Committee meeting usually includes a presentation on a key topic, as well as a networking component.
  • Our numerous active Subcommittees focus on a wide range of white collar topics.
  • We sponsor and co-sponsor programs at each Meeting concerning issues of significant interest to practitioners, including the latest developments in white collar issues of interest to the business community.
  • We co-sponsor a dinner at the Section’s Spring Meeting with other Business Law Section Committees which is open to all attendees of the Meeting.
  • We publish a Committee newsletter 3 times a year.
  • The Committee is small enough to provide any member who is interested with a significant opportunity to participate in Committee activities.

Areas of Expertise

  • Corporate internal investigations
  • FCPA/Anti-corruption
  • Securities fraud
  • Issues concerning prosecution, cooperation and sentencing as related to business crimes
  • Fraud involving financial institutions
  • Healthcare fraud
  • Cyberfraud
  • Grand jury and regulatory subpoenas
  • Government investigations of businesses

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    Leadership

    Chair:

    Bosco, Anthony

    Vice-Chair:

    Horwitz, Daniel

    Committee Roster  


    Subcommittees  (click [+] for listing)

     Sub Committees


    Materials


    Programs, Meetings and Events

    Section Events

      Roadmap of an M&A Transaction: Part 2

      09/29/2016-09/29/2016

      This program is Part II of the program initially presented in March 2016 and provides a basic overview of the legal issues counsel must consider when structuring, negotiating and completing M&A transactions. This program also highlights some of the key differences between the M&A practice in the U.S. ...

      The Internet of Things - Key Legal Considerations

      10/06/2016-10/06/2016

      We live in an interconnected world. The internet of things (IoT) involves the internetworking of physical devices, vehicles, buildings, and other items - embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data. Simply ...

      Seventh Annual National Institute on Consumer Financial Services Basics

      10/17/2016-10/19/2016
      Waterview Conference Center
      Arlington

      Value Pass subscribers save 25% on Institute registration! Use code VPINST at time of purchase. The evolution of consumer financial services (CFS) laws and regulations can leave even the experienced consumer finance lawyer feeling overwhelmed. This annual in-person educational institute is designed ...


    Committee Newsletter


    Listserve

    In order to send a message to the listserve, send a message to the email address below. You must be a member of the Committee to successfully send a message to the listserve.

    BL-CRIMINAL@mail.americanbar.org

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    Modified by Graham Hunt on September 27, 2016

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