This full-day Conference brings together the best and brightest from private practice, in-house legal departments, government, and the judiciary for a full-day event that no member of Boston’s white-collar crime bar can afford to miss. Attend interactive breakout sessions, high-level keynote discussions, and in-depth examinations on recent cases and developments in healthcare fraud, securities enforcement, FCA, government investigations, and more.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Aloft Boston | Seaport District
401-403 D Street
Boston, Massachusetts, 02210, United States

BBA Launches White-Collar Crime Section

The BBA is excited to announce the launching of its White-Collar Crime Section to provide year-round, multi-disciplinary educational, networking, and business development opportunities. The new Section will be the home for prosecutors and defense attorneys participating in state and federal criminal proceedings in matters including Health Care and Securities Fraud, FCA, Public Corruption, and FCPA. Programing will discuss best practices in guiding institutional clients through government investigations, compliance with relevant state and federal laws, regulations with criminal penalties, and more. Based on your previous interest in BBA programming in this area, we have added you to the White-Collar Crime Section so that you will stay up-to-date on its programming and events.

To join the White-Collar Crime Section and stay up-to-date on its programming and events, login to your BBA online account here and check off the White-Collar Crime Section box. If you’d like to join but have forgotten your login information, simply email

Advisory Committee


Jordi de Llano
Deputy Chief
Economic Crimes Unit
U.S. Attorney’s Office


Jack Falvey


Michael K. Fee
Latham & Watkins LLP


Miranda Hooker
Pepper Hamilton


Ingrid Martin
Todd & Weld


Danielle Pelot

Thank You to our Sponsors


For information regarding sponsorship opportunities for the upcoming White Collar Conference, please contact
Erica Southerland: 617.778.1930 |

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