Jenner & Block

“Seminar On Managing Litigation and Enforcement Risks,” hosted by Afridi & Angell (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)

Jenner & Block Partners David Bitkower, Kelly Hagedorn and Christian Tuddenham are co-presenting with industry leaders from Afridi & Angell at the “Seminar On Managing Litigation and Enforcement Risks.” They will discuss the potential risks of litigation and enforcement in the United Kingdom, United States and United Arab Emirates (UAE) and how to manage these risks, including rules around the disclosure of documents, privilege concerns, jurisdictional risk, enforcement of judgments and adverse cost risks. They will also discuss risks for companies operating in the UAE arising out of the enforcement strategies of the US Department of Justice, the Office of Foreign Assets Control, the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the UK Serious Fraud Office, the UK Financial Conduct Authority as well as other regulators and prosecutors.  The seminar will be held on Tuesday, November 7 at the Dubai Capital Club in Dubai.

Mr. Bitkower is a member of the firm’s Investigations, Compliance and Defense Practice. With his deep experience with complex criminal investigations, ability to negotiate the optimal outcome and an ability to excel in an international environment, he offers clients the legal sophistication required to help solve their problems.

Ms. Hagedorn is a partner in the firm’s London office and member of the Investigations, Compliance and Defense Practice. Clients in a broad range of sectors, including oil and gas, telecommunications and financial services, seek her counsel in regulatory investigations and other matters.

Mr. Tuddenham is a solicitor-advocate and partner in the firm’s London office. He is a member of the Complex Commercial Litigation Practice and advises financial institutions and companies worldwide across a range of specialisms in both litigation and arbitration, including securities litigation, fraud and economic tort claims, shareholder and joint venture disputes, and asset-tracing/enforcement matters.