Womble Carlyle attorney Claire Rauscher gave a presentation on “The Panama Papers: A View from the United States” at the 2016 at the Europe/Middle East and Africa Regional Meeting in Barcelona for Lex Mundi’s Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice Group.
In her presentation, Rauscher spoke about the challenges of the U.S. Department of Justice using evidence that was stolen and privileged information from a law firm and made predictions regarding the focus of the investigation in the future.
The July 1st event was attended by 35 Lex Mundi partner lawyers from all over Europe.
Claire Rauscher focuses her practice on complex white collar litigation, and has represented clients in all phases of state and federal proceedings, including pre-indictment investigations, grand jury practice and criminal trials. Rauscher conducts corporate internal investigations and assists clients in developing and implementing compliance programs. She also counsels clients in responding to subpoenas, search warrants and other white collar inquiries.