Understanding and Surviving a Government Investigation
On Wednesday, May 24, 2017, Christine V. Williams will present on "Understanding and Surviving a Government Investigation." Understanding and Surviving a Government Investigation. May 24, 2017, noon to 1. Lunch will be provided. Attorneys and Non-Attorneys Welcome 1016 West 6th Avenue, Suite 304-Anchorage Chamber Conference Room Companies regularly face criminal and civil fraud investigations by the Federal government. This presentation will cover what companies can expect, how to prepare, and how to respond, including:
- Potentially Interested Governmental Bodies
- How a Company Generally Finds Out it is Being Investigated
- What Can a Company do to Prepare
- How Should a Company Respond
- Commonly Used Investigative Tools
- Government Decision Making Process
- Potential Resolutions
Enforcement Update for Government Contractors
In November of 2016, Christine Williams of Outlook Law gave a presentation updating the current state of the False Claims Act (FCA), the Escobar decision on materiality of the FCA, the current interpretation of the different circuits, and what Government contractors should be cognizant of moving forward. Click here for the slides: contractors_update (11). On Wednesday, May 24, 2017, Christine will continue theinformative interactive presentations. This one is entitled "Understanding and Surviving a Government Investigation."
Christine V. Williams of Outlook Law, LLC, is pleased to be Speaking at the National 8(a) Summer Conference-June 28-29, 2017
Christine V. Williams is pleased to be speaking at the National 8(a) Summer Conference to be held in Anchorage, Alaska on June 28-29, 2017. Christine will address Government Contracting and SBA topics. For more information and to sign up, please click here or paste into your browser: http://www.national8aassociation.org/
Outlook Law and Perkins Coie are pleased to present: 2016 Enforcement Update for Government Contractors on 11/16/2016 from 12pm to 1pm.
Outlook Law and Perkins Coie are pleased to present: 2016 Enforcement Update for Government Contractors on 11/16/2016 from noon to one. Christine Williams and David Taylor will discuss the False Claims Act, the Yates Memorandum, and how the SBA Programs interplay with different Governmental Actions. This is being hosted by the following Alaska Bar Sections: Ethics & Compliance, Alaska Native Law, and Corporate Counsel. Free Ethics CLE and pizza. For more Click here for the slides: contractors_update (11). On Wednesday, May 24, 2017, Christine and David will continue their informative interactive presentations. This one is entitled "Understanding and Surviving a Government Investigation," and will feature these experienced attorneys presenting to other attorneys for ethics credit as well as corporate officials.
The ANCSA Regional Association and Outlook Law is pleased to sponsor a widely received diversity luncheon event entitled “Diversity: Stories Affecting our Lives.”
This event is also co-hosted by the Alaska Supreme Court’s Fairness, Diversity and Equality Committee, the Anchorage Association of Women Lawyers, the Alaska Bar Association, and the Anchorage Bar Association. This event includes a sponsored lunch and CLE credit. Click here for more details and to RSVP:
NHOA’s 2016 Business Summit Conference
Join Christine Williams of Outlook Law, LLC, and John Klein of the SBA for a presentation in Hawaii on the SBA's significant regulatory changes this year.
To register please click here.
Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics: Regional Compliance and Ethics Conference
Join Christine Williams of Outlook Law, LLC, and Kevin Feldis, Chief of the Criminal Division, US Attorney's Office, for a Presentation on Regulatory and Criminal Enforcement, June 23, 2016, at the Anchorage Marriott. To register, please click here.
National 8(a) Association 2016 Summer Conference
June 14-15, 2016
Anchorage Marriott Downtown
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