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The Yates Memo and its Impact on Internal Investigations, Self-Reporting Decisions and the Attorney Client Privilege

Presented by the American Bar Association
Speaking Engagement | January 12, 2017

Gil Soffer, national co-chair of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, will serve as a panelist on the session titled, "The Yates Memo and its Impact on Internal Investigations, Self-Reporting Decisions and the Attorney Client Privilege" during the American Bar Association's Eleventh Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud conference at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 12. Government employees, private practitioners and in-house counsel will address the new atmosphere that has enveloped internal investigations and management and Board deliberations in the wake of the Yates memo.

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