Business crime conference – 23rd September 2014

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3 September 2014


This high level conference will bring together key decision makers and investigators in economic and white-collar crime, as well as those who have to interpret prosecution decisions and advise on possible outcomes and the best strategies to employ.

The expert panel of speakers will focus on the practical issues that arise from enforcement priorities and ask the critical question: How does commerce and its advisors respond to the agenda set by the enforcement agencies?

Attendance at this conference will be essential for all those wanting to keep up to date with all the latest developments in law, practice and policy in this intensely complex area of work.

You can read the full conference agenda and speaker details here.

We’re currently offering Legal Futures readers a special reduced price for this conference – email lucy@mblseminars.com quoting LEGF14 for more details.



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