Taking on the Government: Litigation Against the Executive and Legislative Branches

Date:

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Sponsor(s):

Speaker(s):

Noel J. Francisco; Michael A. Carvin, Lawrence D. Rosenberg; William V. O'Reilly; Joan E. McKown; R. Christopher Cook, Jones Day; Lily Fu Clafee, sr vp, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Location:

Offices of Jones Day
51 Louisiana Avenue, N.W.
Washington , DC 20001
United States

Fee:

TBA

Time:

8:30-11:30 am

CLE Credits:

2.5 hrs

Topics:

 

On Wednesday, December 7, Jones Day offers a seminar titled Taking on the Government: Litigation Against the Executive and Legislative Branches. The event is at the offices of Jones Day located at 51 Louisiana Street in Washington, DC. It begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 11:30 a.m.

In today’s environment, private industry often finds itself opposite the federal government. Sometimes companies are on the offensive -- seeking to invalidate federal laws and regulations and/or advance pro-business policies through litigation. Sometimes they are on the defensive -- fending off enforcement actions by the Department of Justice and/or regulatory agencies, or responding to congressional subpoenas and investigations. Either way, such matters often thrust private companies into the limelight, calling for delicate balance between law, politics and public relations. Two panels of Jones Day lawyers and outside guests will discuss these issues.

The panelists are Noel J. Francisco; Michael A. Carvin; Lawrence D. Rosenberg; William V. O’Reilly; Joan E. McKown; R. Christopher Cook, Jones Day; and Lily Fu Claffee, senior vice president, general counsel and chief legal officer for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

To register for this event visit www.jonesday.com.

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