Navigating Antitrust and White Collar Enforcement Under the Biden Administration
As the Biden Administration gains its footing and key positions begin to be filled in the government, there promises to be a significant uptick in enforcement, especially in the areas of antitrust and white collar crime.
In this program, you’ll gain valuable insights from four of our DC insiders: Zach Terwilliger, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia who joined the firm in February; Fry Wernick, former Assistant Chief of DOJ’s Criminal Fraud Section and FCPA Unit supervisor; Craig Seebald, managing partner of the DC office and a leader of the V&E’s renowned Antitrust group; and Lindsey Vaala, co-chair of the ABA Antitrust Section’s Cartel & Criminal Practice Committee. The group will share their perspectives on what to expect in enforcement and what it means for you and your companies.
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