Too good to miss.
What happens if there’s a conference on corporate crime and nobody hears about it?
Did it happen?
It happened on April 4 and 5, 2014 at New York University School of Law.
The conference — Deterring Corporate Crime: Effective Principles for Corporate Enforcement – was the brainchild of Jennifer Arlen, co-chair of the NYU Law Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement. The conference was co-sponsored by the American Law Institute.
Food for the event was provided by Jules Kroll and his firm K2 Intelligence.
Reporters were not invited or allowed in.
As a result, there was no reporting on the conference.
And not that reporters wouldn’t have loved to have been there.
You had some of biggest names in the field.
You had your prosecutors — including Preet Bharara, Benjamin Lawsky, Andrew Ceresney, Denis McInerney, Jeffrey Knox.
You had your defense attorneys — including Lanny Breuer (Covington &…
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