Allison Clare KC will be joining the panel discussion entitled “Changing the ‘Outdated’ Statutory Disclosure Framework: Solving the Wrong Problem?” at this year’s 8th White Collar Crime & Investigations Forum.
The event takes place on Tuesday 10th October from 4.30pm at White & Case LLP, 5 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1DW.
Fellow panellists include Anne-Marie Ottaway from HFW, Lloyd Firth from Wilmer Hale and Charlotte Evans from Peters & Peters chaired by Jonah Anderson from White & Case.
Allison is Head of the Business Crime & Fraud Practice Group in Chambers. She specialises in all aspects of corporate and individual white collar crime, acting in criminal cases and advising major corporate clients. Read more: [Allison Clare KC]
One of the leading chambers for Business Crime & Fraud, RLC specialise in complex cases of regulatory and criminal fraud-related work, both defending and prosecuting criminal and civil fraud matters.
Chambers was awarded “Financial Crime Set of the Year” at the 2023 Legal 500 Awards which took place earlier this month. More info:[Business Crime & Fraud]
To attend event please see: [Eventbrite]