How European businesses can avoid, mitigate and manage US litigation risk

Seminar

November 6, 2018

European companies operating internationally are increasingly faced with the prospect of dealing with litigation in US courts or an investigation by a US regulator. If you have concerns or questions about when and how your company may be subject to US jurisdiction, attend this informative and practical roundtable presentation.

Judi Archer, one of the “Leading Women Lawyers in New York City” (Crain's New York), Tom Hall, Co-Head of New York Disputes, Tom McCormack, Co-Head of US Commercial Litigation, and Keith Rosen, Head of US Risk Advisory, will discuss how foreign companies’ activity may lead to US litigation exposure -- and how to manage that litigation risk. The panel will discuss relevant US litigation trends and what those trends could mean for your company’s level of exposure to US civil litigation and criminal investigations.

Among the topics our partners will cover are:

Civil Jurisdiction of US Courts and Extra-Territorial Applications of US Civil Statutes; US Alter Ego Law: Holding the Parent Company Liable for its Subsidiary's Debts; Trends in US Discovery and Court Oversight; Discovery in US in Aid of Non-US Proceeding; and How the US Department of Justice and other regulators apply US criminal laws and policies on self-disclosure to companies outside the United States.

Please note that we are having similar events in Paris on November 7 and Frankfurt on November 8. If you would like us to invite any of your colleagues to those events as well, please let the Events team know.

We are looking forward meeting you in our Amsterdam office on November 6.

Contacts

Judith A. Archer

Judith A. Archer

New York
Thomas J. Hall

Thomas J. Hall

New York
Keith M. Rosen

Keith M. Rosen

Washington, DC