Jenner & Block

"The Government Investigations Reference Model (GIRM) 3.0: An Interactive Planning Session & a Call for The Forensic Accounting Reference Model (FARM),” 2019 GICLI Annual Meeting

On October 15, 2019, Jenner & Block Partner David M. Greenwald will moderate a session titled “The Government Investigations Reference Model (GIRM) 3.0: An Interactive Planning Session & a Call for the Forensic Accounting Reference Model (FARM)” at the 2019 Government Investigations & Civil Litigation Institute (GICLI) Annual Meeting, held at the Hyatt Regency in Lake Tahoe, NV.  The panel will discuss the Government Investigations Reference Model (GIRM), which was co-authored by Mr. Greenwald, and the forthcoming Forensic Accounting Reference Model (FARM). The GIRM provides a roadmap for managing complex investigations, and the FARM will be designed to provide a roadmap for forensic accounting.    

Mr. Greenwald is the editor of Jenner & Block’s Attorney-Client Privilege Update online resource center and its Protecting Confidential Legal Information handbook. He is co-editor of Testimonial Privileges, published by Thomson Reuters, and co-editor of the Second Edition of Privilege and Confidentiality: An International Handbook, published by Bloomsbury Professional for the International Bar Association. Mr. Greenwald is a frequent speaker on topics relating to privilege, ethics, compliance and discovery, including e-discovery, and internal investigations.

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