The Academy of European Law (ERA) are hosting their Annual Confernece on White Collar Crime in the EU.
This hybrid annual conference will analyse the current European policy and legal framework for countering white-collar crime, as well as changes being implemented on their basis. It will discuss recent insights, case studies and best practices at both EU and national levels.
17-18 March 2022
Online. Register here.
Registration by 17 February - €621.00 | Registration after 17 February - €690.00
Discounts available see here
- Latest developments in the EU’s action framework and their implications for cross-border cooperation, including a first look at the work of the EPPO.
- Issues and challenges faced by various sectors in relation to compliance, cryptocurrencies and criminal defence.
- Case studies and best practices in EU Member States, including money laundering and asset recovery and confiscation.
To view the full programme see here
WIN's Law and Policy Coordinator, Ida Nowers, will be speaking at the confernece:
The EU Whistleblower Directive: where do we stand since the passing of the transposition deadline? Examples of best-practice legislation and measures in the EU Member States
Who should attend?
Judges, prosecutors, lawyers in private practice, government officials, controllers and other stakeholders.
If you would like to highlight your whistleblowing events or activities on the WIN website, please drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org