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Partner Guillermo Christensen Panels “Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Compliance” Webinar

July 10, 2019

Guillermo Christensen, a partner in Ice Miller’s Data Security and Privacy and White Collar Criminal Defense Practices, will panel “Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Compliance,” a webinar part of Financial Poise’s Corporate & Regulatory Compliance Bootcamp, on July 11 at 1 p.m.



Dan Polatsek to Speak at OpenText Enterprise World Conference

July 3, 2019

Dan Polatsek, a partner in Ice Miller’s Litigation and White Collar Defense and Investigations Practices, will panel “DIS-200 E-mail Investigation Strategies: Live with Hillary Clinton’s FOIA Release” at the OpenText Enterprise World Annual Conference in Toronto on July 10.



Partner Tim Belevetz Co-Authors Book Chapter

May 7, 2019
Tim Belevetz, a partner in Ice Miller’s White Collar Criminal Defense and Investigations Practice, co-authored a chapter in the recently published From Baksheesh to Bribery: Understanding the Global Fight Against Corruption and Graft.


Guillermo Christensen Presented at Two RANE Webinars

March 19, 2019

Guillermo Christensen, a partner in Ice Miller’s Litigation and White Collar Defense Groups, participated in two Risk Assistance Network Exchange (RANE) webinars, which focused on the potential risks of conducting business in China and how to circumvent them.



Guillermo Christensen to Speak on RANE Webinar Panel

February 8, 2019

Guillermo Christensen, a partner in Ice Miller’s Data Security and Privacy and White Collar Defense Groups, will speak on a panel for the RANE webinar “Regulation, Not Trade War, is the Real Business Risk in China” on Thursday, February 14 at 12 p.m.



Lawyers as Witnesses? Special Counsel Investigation Compels Attorney to Testify Before Grand Jury

November 6, 2017
Amidst the news of an indictment and a guilty plea in Robert Mueller’s investigation, there is a story that has been largely overlooked. It is a story of extraordinary importance to lawyers, because it could affect the way attorneys represent their clients in government investigations.


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