Trouble on Campus: Playbook for Government Investigations and Crisis Management

Trouble on Campus: Playbook for Government Investigations and Crisis Management
October 25, 2016

From sexual assaults to cyber security breaches, colleges and universities face daily risks that can lead to government investigations, challenging questions from stakeholders, and unwanted or negative publicity.  Join attorneys from Saul Ewing’s Higher Education and White Collar practices for this half-day CLE workshop. Workshop panelists will discuss how colleges and universities should prepare for and manage a crisis on campus.  This workshop will feature three distinct panels covering the topics of Attorney/Client Privilege, OCR investigations and Data Breaches.  We are excited to feature the following distinguished speakers:

  • Lawrence White, former vice president and general counsel of the University of Delaware;
  • Marianne Schimelfenig, general counsel and corporate secretary for Saint Joseph’s University;
  • Gerard St. Ours, senior associate general counsel for Johns Hopkins University;
  • Wendy White, senior vice president and general counsel for the University of Pennsylvania & Penn Medicine;
  • Louis Guard, chief of staff and counsel, Hobart and William Smith Colleges;
  • Ray Manna, former supervisory special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigations, currently director of cyber security and investigations for Kroll; and
  • John Christopher, general counsel for Monmouth University.  

In addition to the above distinguished speakers, each of the Workshop panel discussions will include a Saul Ewing attorney moderator and speaker.

To register for the Trouble on Campus Workshop, please contact Diane Anderson at 717.257.7512 or danderson@saul.com.

The Workshop will begin with registration and breakfast at 8:00 a.m. at The HUB Cira Centre, located at 2929 Arch Street #200 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and will conclude at 1:00 p.m. after Lawrence White’s keynote address. Following registration and breakfast at 8:00 a.m., the panel sessions will run from 8:30 a.m. to noon. (there will be breaks between each panel discussion).  Lunch is included.

This program has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board and the Board of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for two hours of substantive law and one hour of ethics law.  This program is pending approval by the Commission on Continuing Legal Education of the State of Delaware for two hours of substantive law, practice and procedure CLE credit and one hour of ethics law CLE credit.

 

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