Samantha Badlam and Ryan Rohlfsen to Speak at ABA 39th National Institute on White Collar Crime

March 6-8, 2024

Litigation & enforcement partners Samantha Badlam and Ryan Rohlfsen will speak on panels at the ABA 39th National Institute on White Collar Crime, to be held March 6–8 in San Francisco.

On March 6, Samantha will participate on the panel, “Negotiated Justice: The Difference Between U.S. and European Jurisdictions.” Panelists, including high-ranking European and U.S. enforcement officials, will discuss the current effectiveness and implementation of Defense Priorities and Allocation Systems (DPA) in the United States, France, and Switzerland, the latter not officially authorizing such resolutions.

On March 7, Ryan will take part in the panel, “Show Me the Money! Monetary Sanctions in Corporate Resolutions.” Panelists will discuss the various monetary components of corporate resolutions and explain how to obtain the best results on behalf of a client with respect to penalties, forfeiture, disgorgement, and restitution.

Litigation & enforcement attorneys Brian Blais, Helen Gugel, Laura Hoey, Amy Longo, Amanda Raad, Sean Seelinger, Jaime Feeney, Ryan Weinstein, and Irina Sivachenko will also attend the Institute.

Leading federal and state judges and prosecutors, law enforcement officials, defense attorneys, corporate in-house counsel, and members of the academic community participate and attend the annual meeting.