Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
The 15th Annual Sedona Conference® on Complex Litigation, examining “Strategic and Tactical Decision-Making in Parallel Fraud Proceedings,” features a “superstar” faculty including such high-profile names as:
Faculty co-chairs Neil MacBride, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia and John Richter, also a former United States attorney who once headed the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and now of King & Spalding, have put together what Sedona Conference Founder Richard Braman calls a “phenomenal faculty.” He notes that “this conference presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to engage in cutting-edge dialogue in a smallgroup setting with, literally, the best trial lawyers in America.”
Other distinguished faculty include: Bradford A. Berenson, General Electric Company; Hon. David O. Carter, CentralDistrict of California.; Reuben A. Guttman, Grant & Eisenhofer, P.A.; Hon. William Q. Hayes, Southern District of California; Carol Lam, QualComm; Karen Seymour, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP; Ariana J. Tadler (invited), Milberg LLP; and Kenneth L. Wainstein, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP.
The blue-ribbon faculty will engage conference participants in stimulating and in-depth dialogue concerning the latest thinking, strategy, tactics, and policy regarding parallel proceedings in the context of corporate fraud enforcement - which today has reached unprecedented levels, comes from increasingly diverse sources, and often involves simultaneous or successive criminal, civil, and administrative proceedings.
Panel discussions will address the following topics:
The conference will be held Thursday and Friday, May 2-3, 2013, in Del Mar, California, just north of San Diego. The conference begins at 8:30 am on Thursday, and ends with a grab-and-go lunch at 1:00 pm on Friday. Due to the special nature of this conference, registration is by invitation only and is limited to 45 participants (in addition to the faculty) to ensure an intimate environment conducive to meaningful dialogue. The Sedona Conference® will be applying for 11 MCLE hours, including one hour of ethics credit.
The web site for further conference details, faculty bios, and information on applying for an invitation can he found at https://thesedonaconference.org/cl2013.