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National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers White Collar Crime Conference

06/07/2012 - 06/08/2012

Jan Nielsen Little will moderate "The Professional Edge: Working With (and Against) Experts." Other panels will include discussions about:

  • Defending on the Battlefield of Intent
  • Advanced Discovery Techniques:
  • Gathering Evidence In Foreign Lands
  • White Collar Supreme Court Review
  • Negotiations With the Government
  • Dealing With an Unethical Prosecution
  • Defense Strategies for Sentencing and Incarceration
  • and more

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For more than 25 years Jan Nielsen Little has handled high-stakes criminal investigations and trials as well as complex civil litigation for publicly-traded corporations, private companies, and senior executives. Jan’s criminal cases have included many substantive areas of white collar defense, including securities fraud, tax fraud, health care fraud, foreign corrupt practice/commercial bribery, money laundering, and public corruption. She has litigated and tried white collar criminal cases in dozens of jurisdictions across the nation. Some of her more notable clients have included CSFB banker Frank Quattrone, Enron CFO Andrew Fastow, and plaintiffs’ attorney Dick Scruggs. Jan tried one of the nation’s first criminal stock options backdating cases to go to trial. Jan has also represented corporations and executives in securities class and derivative actions and in proceedings before the Securities and Exchange Commission, and she has conducted corporate internal investigations. Before entering private practice 25 years ago, Jan was a trial attorney in the United States Department of Justice’s Public Integration Section, when she prosecuted public corruption cases.