'Internal Investigations in the Digital Age' offered by ACC-MI

The Association of Corporate Counsel Michigan Chapter will present “Internal Investigations in the Digital Age” on Thursday, May 11, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Detroit Athletic Club, 241 Madison Ave. in Detroit.

The digital age has transformed how investigations are conducted, as technology allows access to more information than ever before. Cloud computing, advanced servers, and analytic tools turn this data into witnesses; it tells the story of how events that led to the investigation transpired. The panel of experts will discuss actions to consider placing in a general counsel’s contingency plan to protect privilege, preserve data, and navigate regulatory concerns.

Speakers at the event include U.S. District Court Judge Stephen J. Murphy III, Eastern District of Michigan; Beth Hill, general counsel and chief compliance officer, FordDirect; Raymond Roth, director of Dispute Advisory and Forensic Services, Stout Risius Ross; and attorney Michael Williams of Bush, Seyferth, & Paige PLLC.

Cost for the program is $20 for members and $25 for non-members. Register online at www.acc.com/chapters/mich/. For additional information, contact Nicole Smith at 248-385-2000 or michigan@accglobal.com.


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