September 10, 2021
When corporate executives and other employees become subject to a government investigation, complexities arise for both the company and the employee over a multitude of legal and employment issues. Kobre & Kim’s Jonathan Cogan, who has extensive experience defending executives in internal and government investigations, will share his expertise in a New York City Bar virtual panel at 12:00 pm New York time, September 13, 2021.
The CLE credit-eligible program, “Employment Issues Facing Executives Arising Out of Government Investigations,” will address topics including the relevant government agencies and types of investigations; internal investigations; counsel for employees and attorney-client privilege; post-investigation actions against an employee; employer rights after employee misconduct; and treatment of whistleblowers who initiate the government investigation.
The program will be co-chaired by Richard B. Friedman, a former AmLaw 100 employment and commercial litigation partner, and will also feature Tracy Richelle High of Sullivan & Cromwell; Raquel Kellert of Weil, Gotshal & Manges; David E. Myre of Quinn Emanuel; and Joseph A. Piesco of DLA Piper.