Managing Global Investigations & Corporate Fraud In the Crisis and Beyond!

  • January 21, 2021
    9:30 am - 11:15 am

This forum will be conducted in English

Global Investigations is changing rapidly in the new COVID environment in 2020. In this hot topic, we will listen to international experts who will provide update on issues of internal investigations, cartels, cybercrime, the use of digital forensics and also regional differences that companies going through an investigation. General corporate crime will also be on agenda to tackle AML, FPCA, Anti-bribery and email fraud and to give you understanding on the essential legal frameworks in relation to cross-border and internal investigations.

Register now to reserve a ticket to join us on 21 January 2021 to gain up-to-date expertise and insights from our expert presenters for your company if and when you maybe involved in an investigation or wanting to avoid one.

To be a speaker & sponsor at the leaders web-forums targeting Asia and Middle East companies on essential updates covering International Arbitration, compliance, IP, cyber-security, corporate fraud competition law etc, please contact

The organiser reserves the right to change the program without prior notice.

  • Opening Welcome by the Web-forum Moderator
    Scott A. Warren, Secretary, Executive Board, The Society for The Policing of Cyberspace; Partner, Squire Patton Boggs
  • Managing Internal Investigations in the Turmoil of COVID-19 — The Effects and Remedies
  • Asia Cross-border Investigations With Foreign Companies — Focus on Asia & ME Companies
  • Cartel Investigations — A Global Not Local Issue
    Djordje Petkoski, Partner, Shearman & Sterling
  • Use of Digital Forensics & E-discovery in Investigations
  • Grand Panel & Q/A session: AML & Anti Bribery Investigations in The Pandemic and Beyond — Different Regions Different Options

To view the event flyer, please click here Download


  • Normal Rate: USD 49 
  • Complimentary Pass: In-house/ General Counsel (Complimentary pass is applicable to in-house counsel from non law/consultancy firm and based on first-come-first-served. Results are based on the organiser’s discretion and applicants will be notified by email.Complimentary seats for In-house/ General Counsel.)


Scott A. Warren, Forum Chairman
Secretary, Executive Board, The Society for The Policing of Cyberspace; Partner, Squire Patton Boggs
Scott Warren is a partner in our Tokyo office and leads a team that specializes in cybersecurity, data privacy and digital data disclosures in Japan and Asia. He advises on digital compliance, eDiscovery and corporate data privacy for global and local corporations. He also has significant experience in compliance, intellectual property, litigation, dispute resolution and government regulatory and internal investigations. He has provided advice to global multinational corporations in the hi-tech, software, retail, healthcare, pharmaceutical, automotive, banking, trading, telecommunications and professional services industries. Scott started his career as a civil litigator in California and is experienced in all phases of disputes resolution, from pleadings through conducting jury trials. He moved to Japan in 1993 and wrote the Japan Employers Handbook for CCH, a large international publishing company. While general counsel at Sega Corporation, he handled various intellectual property issues, including licensing and anti-counterfeiting actions on infringers on every continent except Antarctica. He also oversaw Sega’s internal and regulatory investigations, including anti-competition, US International Trade Commission and safety reporting matters. As senior attorney for Microsoft, Scott was responsible for the Xbox launch in Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. He was the head of anti-piracy for Xbox worldwide, head of anti-piracy for all Microsoft products in North Asia and served in the region as the head of Internet Safety, working with law enforcement and governments to better protect the public from cyber threats. He handled internal cyberbreach issues from a legal perspective. In this capacity, in 2004, he became involved with The Society for the Policing of Cyberspace, a nonprofit organization, where he serves on the executive board. He was the managing director of Kroll in Japan and regional managing director of Kroll Ontrack in Asia, providing clients with investigative, computer forensics and eDiscovery services. Later, he opened Epiq Systems in Japan and built the team and services in order to provide eDiscovery solutions to global organizations. Many of these investigations involved antitrust, bribery, SEC and other regulatory matters. Having served as in-house counsel for more than 13 years and having built two successful legal services companies in Asia, Scott brings a unique understanding, expertise and global perspective to his clients. Scott is also a Certified International Counter-Cyber Crime Professional and is certified as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).
Djordje Petkoski
Partner, Shearman & Sterling
Djordje Petkoski is a partner in the Antitrust practice in Shearman & Sterling’s Washington, DC office. He focuses on cartel investigations, complex antitrust litigation, and strategic counseling with an emphasis on antitrust and competition law. Djordje's competition law practice is broad with a focus on criminal antitrust matters. He has represented over a dozen corporate and individual clients in cartel investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice and enforcers in other jurisdictions, including as lead counsel for significant corporate clients. He has also served as lead counsel for corporate clients involved in civil class actions that follow Department of Justice investigations. Djordje conducted internal investigations relating to potential criminal violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.S. international trade laws, environmental laws and obstruction of justice conduct. He has also represented plaintiffs and defendants in multi-district and other complex litigation involving a variety of antitrust, RICO, Lanham Act, and other claims. Djordje regularly counsels clients on a variety of antitrust and competition matters, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and business strategies. Djordje has written extensively on antitrust and compliance issues, served as a panelist on these issues at American Bar Association events and taught classes on antitrust and compliance at the Wharton Business School, including executive education courses attended by Fortune 500 compliance officers and senior risk managers. In 2017 and 2018, Benchmark Litigation recognized Djordje in its “Under 40 Hot List.”

Gold Sponsor