What if We Receive a Subpoena? – Key Strategies and Considerations for Chinese Companies to Prepare for and Respond to a U.S. Subpoena
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About the event：
Chinese companies continue to draw increasing regulatory scrutiny from the US government, which may now come in the form of government agency subpoenas. Most recently, the US Department of Commerce issued subpoenas in March 2021 to a number of Chinese companies requesting information and materials to determine whether they posed a threat to US companies, workers, and national security. It is expected that more subpoenas will be issued to Chinese companies from different industries, and the scope of the inquiry is expected to expand to other jurisdictions where the interests of Chinese companies may be indirectly impacted through subpoena requests.
Hosted by a panel of experts from Morgan Lewis, this webinar will focus on the US government administrative and grand jury subpoenas frequently encountered by Chinese companies. Experts will also share their best practices to help Chinese companies develop strategies to solve the dilemmas in receiving and handling US government subpoenas.
Frank LamancusaPartner of Morgan Lewis's Telecomm, Media and Technology practice
Frank G. Lamancusa focuses on enforcement, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution-related issues principally in the telecommunications industry. He also provides antitrust and regulatory counseling, advises investment and risk arbitrage clients on proposed transactions and federal agency proceedings, and assists entities of all types in complying with governmental investigations.
Giovanna Cinelli Partner and leader of Morgan Lewis’s International Trade and National Security practiceGiovanna CinelliPartner and leader of Morgan Lewis’s International Trade and National Security practice
Giovanna M. Cinelli is the leader of the international trade and national security practice. As a practitioner for more than 30 years, she counsels clients in the defense and high-technology sectors on a broad range of issues affecting national security and export controls, including complex export compliance matters, audits, cross-border due diligence, and export enforcement, both classified and unclassified.
K. Lesli LigornerManaging Partner of Morgan Lewis’s Shanghai office
K Lesli Ligorner has more than 20 years of experience serving clients on a wide range of labor and employment matters, with nearly 15 of those years spent on the ground in China. She has been advising a broad range of financial services; telecommunications, media, and technology; life sciences; and general manufacturing clients on the full suite of employment issues in China, including involving hiring and termination, establishment and enforcement of company policies, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and local anticorruption compliance, and discrimination and harassment policies, training, and investigations. Lesli is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey.
Zane Memeger Former United States Attorney and federal prosecutor, Partner of Morgan Lewis’s Litigation practiceZane MemegerFormer United States Attorney and federal prosecutor, Partner of Morgan Lewis’s Litigation practice
Zane David Memeger handles a wide variety of litigation matters, including government investigations, internal investigations, compliance counseling and training, and other white collar matters involving major representations across all industries. Zane’s matters often involve allegations of government program fraud (e.g., Medicare, Medicaid, The Paycheck Protection Program and Healthcare Enhancement Act), and alleged violations of the False Claims Act (FCA), the Anti-Kickback Statue (AKS), and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Zane returned to Morgan Lewis in 2017 after serving for nearly seven years as the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. As US attorney, he led an office of 130 lawyers who investigated and prosecuted cases involving national security, official corruption, healthcare fraud, government fraud, financial fraud, and other federal offenses.