The Government Investigations & Civil Litigation Institute (GICLI) was founded in response to the need for in-depth education regarding the dramatic surge in regulatory enforcement activities and related civil litigations that burden the corporate legal department. Recent laws and regulations impose greater complexity and increased risk for practitioners handling investigatory and litigation matters.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR CO-CHAIRS
The 3rd Annual Meeting is championed, in part, by our two co-chairs: Rishi Chhatwal and David Orensten.
A very special thank you for their leadership and continued support of our organization.
Assistant Vice President – Senior Legal Counsel
Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Director of eDiscovery
GICLI's third annual meeting will be held October 10th-11th at the Ritz-Carlton in Dove Mountain, AZ.
The program of this landmark meeting was designed to coincide with both the annual Electronic Discovery Institute (EDI) Leadership Summit and the Judicial Training Symposium, a joint educational initiative of EDI and the Federal Judicial Center.
Participants of the GICLI Annual Meeting will share valuable experiences and practical strategies for handling government investigations and related civil litigation at collegial roundtable and panel discussions.
An open, knowledge-sharing forum is encouraged through two days of breakout sessions, workshops and casual, relationship-building events.
GICLI will apply in advance for CLE credits in jurisdictions requested by registrants and will also offer CPE credits.
Scholarships for law students and need-based tuition assistance are available. For more information or to apply, please contact us
BECOME AN ANNUAL MEETING SPONSOR
The GICLI Annual Meeting offers your team two full days of interacting with high level corporate and government decision-makers, law firm management and high level consultants. GICLI maintains strict attendee ratios to ensure your executives reach the appropriate audience. The Annual Meeting is a unique program, carefully designed so that open discussions take place and relationships are built.