Partner and co-chair of Phillips Nizer's White Collar Criminal Defense Practice Brad Simon weighs in on the college admissions scandal in Bloomberg article, "College-Scam Parents Must Do Time, U.S. Says."
Speaking Engagement - Bradley Simon, Co-Chair of the White Collar Criminal Defense Practice, will be a panelist at the 17th Annual International Bar Association (IBA) Anti-Corruption Conference in Paris, France (June 25 - 26, 2019)
Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | Time: 11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Panel: "Due process and procedural fairness for individuals in corproate bribery enforcement actions"
A strong focus on anti-bribery enforcement actions against corporations, coupled with widespread and increasing use of nontrial resolutions to conclude these cases, raises concerns about the rights and interests of individual defendants, including due process
and procedural fairness. This panel will explore this dichotomy, from the perspective of in-house corporate counsel, white-collar
defence practitioners and prosecutors. Panellists will be invited to discuss strategies for navigating these issues in the specific context of self-reporting and internal investigations.
Speaking Engagement - Monica McCabe, Chair of the Intellectual Property Law Practice, will be a panelist during the Connecticut Bar Association 2019 Connecticut Legal Conference on June 10th. The panel will address, "Sampling, Streaming, and the Music Modernization Act" (9:00 - 11:00 a.m.) | Details
This Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program will give an overview of issues faced by musicians and the music industry in the technological age, specifically focusing on streaming and sampling versus copying, and what the Music Modernization Act is and how it will affect musicians going forward. | Panel Details: http://www.ctlegalconference.com/a06/