Dorsey’s Government Enforcement & Corporate Investigations Group will conduct its annual conference, focusing its sessions on the current state of the law and addressing bias in internal investigations. Sessions will focus on practical advice in these uncertain and rapidly-changing times.

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Important Developments in Fraud, Corruption, and Enforcement, 2020-Present

The Global Pandemic has slowed neither fraud nor enforcement. This Panel will address developments in fraud and corruption schemes, enforcement actions and priorities, and provide guidance on implementing new legal directives.

Matthew Stennes, Vice President, Chief Litigation & Investigations Counsel, Medtronic, Inc.
Joseph H. Thompson, Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Minnesota 
Nelson G. Dong, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Caitlin L.D. Hull, Associate, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

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**NOTE: Watching this recording does not allow the user to obtain CLE, CPD, CPE or HR credits.

The Impact of Bias on Internal and Corporate Investigations and the Lawyer’s Role

Diversity, Ethics and Inclusion (DEI) are the essential hallmarks of fair and unbiased corporate and internal investigations. This panel will address three questions: What does bias in investigations look like? What impact(s) can it have?  How can legal departments and their outside counsel interrupt and prevent bias in investigations?

Christine Boucher, Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer, Delta Air Lines, Inc.
Valerie Jensen, Director, Department of Human Rights and Equal Economic Opportunity, The City of St. Paul and President, Azon Consulting
Lisa Martinez Wolmart, Chief Litigation Officer, Vice President and Corporate Counsel, Prudential Financial
Beth Forsythe, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
J David Jackson, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

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**NOTE: There is no recording for this panel.