Clark Hill Attorney Patricia Sulzbach to Present at the SCCE 12th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute - Registration Information Included
Detroit, MI – Clark Hill Attorney Patricia Sulzbach will provide a presentation on the topic of Corporate Monitorships at the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics 12th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute this October in Washington, DC. SCCE’s Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute is the primary education and networking event for professionals working in compliance and ethics around the world. Professionals will learn the latest methods and strategies for developing and improving their compliance program in this rapidly growing and evolving profession. Multiple tracks and sessions are available to meet the need for education on the issues they are facing. For more information about the event visit
Patricia Sulzbach is a senior counsel member of Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group. She is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office where she focuses her practice on white collar criminal defense, internal investigations, corporate monitorship, compliance and litigation.
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