Government Investigations: Avoiding Obstruction of Justice Traps
Gray Plant Mooty
80 South 8th Street
500 IDS CenterMinneapolis, MN 55402
The government has launched an investigation of one of your company’s business practices. You want to cooperate fully, but in such a way as to minimize the disruption to your business. Responding improperly may create another avenue for the government to pursue: obstruction of justice charges.
Join us on Thursday, November 2nd, for a discussion about how to identify and avoid obstruction of justice traps as your company responds to an investigation. Two distinguished panels will lead the discussion in a fast-paced examination of a “real-life” hypothetical.
Obstruction of justice traps will be addressed in a variety of contexts, including:
- Communications to employees and the public
- Representation of employees
- Responding to grand jury subpoenas
- Review and disclosure of documents
- Witness interviews
- Pre-indictment pleas
Panelists will include:
- Rob Stapleton, Sr. Legal Counsel, MoneyGram International, Inc.
- Tim Rank, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Chief of the Fraud and Public Corruption Section U.S. Department of Justice
- Patrick Milan, Chief Insights Officer, Tunheim Partners
- Jon Hopeman, Gray Plant Mooty
- Marnie Fearon, Gray Plant Mooty
- Eric Yaffe, Gray Plant Mooty