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January 31, 2023 | Webinars

The Future of U.S. Economic Security in the Crypto Age

Julie Myers Wood will join the panel for The National Security Institute’s next event in its Crypto & National Security series. Topics include the the role of the dollar in U.S. national security and its relation to the state of global currency competition; broad crypto adoption, or strict regulation; how the lack of a digital dollar in the United States favors private digital currencies for investment value or/and buying power; and the role crypto plays the in U.S.-China competition.… Read More

January 18, 2023 | Webinars

Greener Pastures: Handling the Separation & Onboarding of Highly Compensated Executives

Julie Myers Wood will share her perspective and insight about the complex legal, economic and risk-management issues that can arise when a high-level executive separates from employment, either voluntarily or otherwise.… Read More

January 24, 2023 | Webinars

Hidden in Plain Sight

Katya Gozias will join Skip Schiphorst, OSINT-Instructor at i-Intelligence, William Callahan, Director of Government and Strategic Affairs at Blockchain Intelligence Group to discuss developing illicit cryptocurrency and opensource intelligence leads in foreign languages. The webinar will include a cryptocurrency track and tracing demonstration.… Read More

December 22, 2022 | Webinars

Stepping Up To The Plate Or Thrown Under The Bus? What The DOJ Wants From Compliance 

Eric Young joins the webinar to discuss the controversial idea for chief compliance officers (and CEOs) to certify the effectiveness of their compliance programs as part of enforcement settlements. Topics include: What, exactly, are CCOs going to certify? What standard for “reasonably effective” compliance programs is supposed to guide us? Are fears about personal liability for a compliance failure legitimate, or overstated? How could CCOs maintain visibility and assurance into the effectiveness of their programs, to feel comfortable certifying your … Read More