Eighth Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud

Eighth Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud

Speaking Engagement
Each year, the American Bar Association National Institute on Securities Fraud draws elite officials from both the US Department of Justice and the US Securities and Exchange Commission for an exclusive educational and professional forum to examine current legal and ethical issues relating to securities fraud.

WilmerHale Partner Douglas Davison participated in a panel titled “Effective and Efficient Internal Investigations: Getting to What Matters without Going into Bankruptcy,” where he contributed to a discussion focused on the best ways to conduct thorough investigations while limited costly frolics into low yield initiatives. Setting client expectations, managing and negotiating government demands, sticking to a schedule and getting quickly to the substance of the matter while navigating spiraling data costs, complex technical issues, demanding regulators, skeptical auditors, and the need to reliably complete a credible inquiry was also discussed.

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