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Cross-border Enforcement Defense Issues

part of the FIA Law & Compliance Division webinar series
14 June 2018 10:00am to 11:00am EDT

For our June webinar, a panel of Allen & Overy partners from the U.S., London and Hong Kong will discuss current topics relating to cross-border enforcement defense issues including, among other things:

  • Non-U.S. entities responding to U.S. inquiries --  When should the recipient of a request require the U.S. regulator to go through their counterpart in the local jurisdiction (e.g., through the IOSCO MOU)?  What are the pros and cons?  Are there situations where a compelled response is preferable, for example because of local data privacy concerns.  Does asserting your rights put “cooperation credit” in jeopardy?
  • Criminal liability --   When is extradition possible?  For non-U.S. practitioners, what are the actual limits of U.S. jurisdiction outside of the U.S. (and do U.S. regulators generally respect those limits, or do they push past them)? 

Presenters: Greg Mocek, Partner, Washington DC; Tony Mansfield, Partner , Washington DC; Eugene Ingoglia, Partner, New York; David Esseks, Partner, New York; Calum Burnett, Partner, London; Matt Bower, Partner, Hong Kong
 

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