Miller & Martin Attorneys Provide Thought Leadership for State Bar of Georgia White Collar Crime Seminar
March 21, 2017
Miller & Martin attorneys Danny Griffin and Zac Greene are lending their thought leadership on April 7 in Atlanta for the White Collar Crime seminar co-sponsored by the Criminal Law and Corporate Law Sections of the State Bar of Georgia and its Institute of Continuing Legal Education. Danny Griffin is program co-chair and Zac Greene will serve as a panelist discussing recent developments and enforcement priorities under the Trump Administration.
The one-day White Collar Crime program will explore additional topics such as: ethical preparation of witnesses; representing individuals under the Yates Memo; defense strategy for challenging grand jury proceedings and indictments; what defense lawyers need to know about state white collar prosecutions, and boardroom perspectives in audit committee investigations.
Griffin leads Miller & Martin’s White Collar & Corporate Investigation practice area. With 28 years of experience in civil and criminal litigation, Griffin is consistently recognized by Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers for his criminal defense and white collar crime litigation craft. The former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia currently focuses his practice on internal investigations and representing individuals and companies who are targets of federal criminal investigations. He has helped many clients avoid charges and get federal indictments dismissed. Additionally, he has initiated and defended False Claims Act (qui tam) cases brought by whistleblowers with successful outcomes for his clients.
Greene leads Miller & Martin’s Crisis Management practice area. He provides counsel to individual and corporate clients involved in business disputes and white collar criminal matters. He represents entities and individuals, including officers and directors, in government investigations and prosecutions pursued by the U.S. Department of Justice, various federal inspectors general (OIG) and state agencies. His white collar experience includes civil and criminal enforcement actions alleging fraud, including healthcare fraud, immigration violations, public corruption, including violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and antitrust violations.