DUBLIN—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Claire Rauscher currently serves as Vice Chair of the Lex Mundi Cross Border Investigation: Business Crimes and Global Compliance Group, and in this capacity, she was a panelist at the Group’s recent Annual Meeting.
The panel discussion addressed “Trials in the US and Europe: A Discussion of Different Criminal Systems”. Rauscher and other members of the panel discussed the criminal justice systems in the U.S., Finland, Germany, other nations as well as the International Criminal Court at the Hague.
The Lex Mundi Cross Border Investigation: Business Crimes and Global Compliance Group Annual Meeting took place Sept. 12-13 in Dublin. Rauscher will become Chair of the Group in 2020, and will organize next year’s Annual Meeting in Toronto.
Womble Bond Dickinson UK attorney Audrey Koh also attended the meeting and was a panelist in a session titled, “Cross Border Investigations with Various financial US/European Regulators and a Discussion of Privilege”.
Claire Rauscher has more than 25 years of white collar criminal defense experience, having tried numerous cases, negotiated favorable resolutions and obtained dismissals. She represents companies in grand jury investigations and related enforcement proceedings as well as witnesses and individual targets. In addition, Claire leads corporate internal investigations and provides compliance guidance in such areas as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), anti-trust, government contracts, qui tam and false claims matters.