On the Horizon: Government Investigations of Corporate Executives in 2018

12.13.2017

In 2017, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) deployed aggressive and unconventional tactics to pursue corporate executives in some of its largest investigations. That said, DOJ also faced challenges in translating those investigations into successful prosecutions. In this webinar, Lauren E. Briggerman and Dawn E. Murphy-Johnson discussed what the government's recent victories and defeats might mean for companies and their executives in the new year. The webinar focused on:

  • Noteworthy tactics used by prosecutors to investigate executives
  • Challenges DOJ has faced in pursuing executives located abroad
  • Key decisions affecting the use of foreign evidence in U.S. courts
  • Key decisions impacting the scope of the attorney-client privilege in investigations
  • Noteworthy sentencings of corporate executives
  • New cases and policies to follow in 2018