Frank Wohl Moderates Annual CLE Panel on Ethics in Corporate Investigations at the New York City Bar Association
On September 22, LSW Founding Partner Frank Wohl chaired a panel of distinguished white-collar practitioner from both sides of the aisle for a sophisticated and spirited exploration of ethical quandaries that attorneys may face during an investigation of suspected corporate misconduct.
The seminar-style event is practically an institution at the New York City Bar Association in September, and raises new and timely issues for discussion in each successive iteration. In keeping with the times, this year the presentation was virtual, and viewers zoomed in for the panel’s analysis of the questions raised in a thought-provoking video hypothetical produced by, and starring, lawyers and staff members of Lankler Siffert & Wohl.
The panel participants were:
- Richard Albert — Principal, Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello
- Carrie Cohen — Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
- Bruce Green — Law Professor and Director Louis Stein Center for Law and Ethics, Fordham Law School
- Joan Loughnane — Partner, Sidley Austin LLP
- Tai Park — Partner, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan
- Sagar Ravi — AUSA, Cybercrime Coordinator, USAO SDNY
- Karen Seymour — Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
The audience for the livestream consisted of lawyers in private practice at all levels of seniority as well as members of in house counsel departments. To the delight of the presenters, program reviews have been excellent.
The program garners 3 ethics credits and is available on demand here.