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Robert E. Hauberg Jr. to Moderate American Bar Association Ethics Panel


(Washington, D.C./January 11, 2011) On January 13, 2011, Robert E. Hauberg Jr., shareholder in the Jackson, Mississippi, and Washington, D.C. offices of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, will moderate a panel entitled "Developments in Ethics 2010." The audio webinar and teleconference is being presented by the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Antitrust Law Compliance and Ethics Committee, Center for Professional Responsibility and the ABA Center for Continuing Legal Education.

The program will cover developments during 2010 in ethics rules and opinions, including client waivers, joint defense, lateral movement of attorneys, U.S. versus European standards, sanctions and professional liability claims.

Mr. Hauberg, former leader of Baker Donelson's Government Regulatory Actions Group, concentrates his practice in antitrust, securities, False Claims Act and RICO litigation; white-collar crime; internal investigations including foreign corrupt practices and price fixing; corporate compliance; and litigation for financial institutions, health care providers, government contractors, and public officials. In 1973, he became an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia and served until 1976, at which time he became a Trial Attorney and then Assistant Chief of the Communications and Finance Section of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice. In 1986, he was appointed Senior Trial Attorney and then Senior Litigation Counsel of the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. Mr. Hauberg has been recognized as a leading attorney in antitrust law, white-collar criminal defense law and corporate governance and compliance law by The Best Lawyers in America® and Mid-South Super Lawyers.

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