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Buyer Beware: SEC is Serious about FCPA Successor Liability Webinar

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. CT | Webinar

V&E partner William Lawler will present a webinar titled, "Buyer Beware: SEC if Serious about FCPA Successor Liability" on Wednesday, September 11th. This web-based seminar is sponsored by the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) Corporate Counsel Committee, International Committee, and White Collar Defense and Investigation Committee. The presentation will acquaint attendees with the circumstances and holdings of In the Matter of Kinross Gold Corporation, SEC Release No. 82946 (March 26, 2018).

Bill Lawler is a partner at Vinson & Elkins LLP in Washington, DC. He is the co-head of Vinson & Elkins’ Government Investigations and White Collar Practice Group. Bill represents corporations, organizations, government entities, and individuals in a wide variety of difficult and sensitive matters. His experience includes Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, criminal antitrust, health care fraud, public corruption, campaign finance, and other white collar crime issues. He frequently advises corporate boards, audit committees, and management on compliance, risk mitigation, and investigative matters. Many of Bill’s matters are high profile ones, subject to public and media security. Prior to joining V&E, Bill was an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia. While a prosecutor, he received the Department of Justice’s Attorney General’s Award, as well as the United States Attorney’s Award. A graduate of Georgetown Law, Bill has been recognized in Chambers USA and Chambers Global in a number of areas, including FCPA (2015-2019) and White Collar Crime & Government Investigations (2014–2019).

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