Global Enforcement & Compliance Series, Part 3

Corporate Monitorships: Evolving Trends and Best Practices

Part 3 of the WWCDA Global Enforcement and Compliance Series

Part 3 of the Global Enforcement & Compliance Series will be held held in New York and virtually on October 11, 2022 at Noon ET. Register now by clicking one of the buttons to the right! All are welcome. 

This session, titled, Corporate Monitorships: Evolving Trends and Best Practices will include a talented panel of women government, in-house, defense, and forensic accounting professionals with extensive monitorship experience. The panel will run live in New York from 12-1 pm Eastern at Sidley Austin's offices, with a reception following for those in New York, and it will also be broadcast globally by Zoom.

Panelists include:

Lisa Miller, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Fraud and Appellate Sections, Criminal Division at U.S. Department of Justice 

Michele Edwards, Partner Stoneturn, WWCDA Monitorships Committee Co-Chair

Pam Davis, Partner Winston & Strawn

Crystal Jezierski, Former Senior Vice President Global Ethics at Walmart

Moderated by: Kristin Koehler, Partner Sidley and WWCDA Monitorships Committee Co-Chair

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