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Fraud & White Collar Crime Virtual Round Table 2015

Charles Siegel addresses the latest regulatory developments governing fraud against the government

Waters Kraus & Paul partner Charles Siegel was recently invited to participate in a dynamic virtual discussion with legal experts from around the world. The interactive event, “Fraud & White Collar Crime Table 2015 – The Americas,” took place just last week. The host, Corporate LiveWire, is an online resource aimed at providing business owners and investors with insight on recent developments in the corporate finance sector.

In addition to addressing the latest developments in regulatory changes, Mr. Siegel discussed the role of enforcement authorities and how a company should manage internal fraud investigations. He also outlined how whistleblowing works in the United States as well as discussed the incentives and protections that are in place to encourage reporting and safeguard whistleblowers who come forward. Read the fullround table transcript.

Mr. Siegel heads up the appellate practice and qui tam whistleblower litigation at Waters Kraus & Paul. He has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Houston Law Center, and as a guest lecturer at universities around the world. He is also a frequent speaker at legal seminars across the country and abroad. Learn more about Charles Siegel.

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