Corporate monitorships are increasingly becoming move favored by the Biden Department of Justice. In this environment, corporations need to understand what a monitor is, what a monitor’s role is and how a monitor is selected. This panel will discuss the selection process for monitors and the best characteristics for companies to seek when vetting effective monitor candidates. Panel members will discuss several recent cases where monitors have been recommended by the Department and will look back at the utilization of monitors in several now concluded cases.
Joe Whitley, Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP, Atlanta, GA
Michele Edwards, StoneTurn, Chicago, IL
Scott Marrah, Kilpatrick Townsend, Atlanta, GA
Ling-Ling Nie, Aura, Atlanta, GA
Thursday, September 8, 2022
ABA Southeastern White Collar Crime Institute
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