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Free AHPA-UNPA Webinar Prepares Members for a State Attorney General Call

Tips on how your company should respond to a state attorney general's letter of inquiry

Author: Haley (Admin)/Thursday, March 24, 2016/Categories: Legal Alert, Media Alert, Update, Event Promotion, Events - AHPA, Front Page, HP-Education, Webinars, HP-Representation, Seminars, Government Relations Committee, Resources, Advocacy

Former two-term Maryland attorney general and former president of the National Association of Attorneys General, Douglas F.  Gansler, provides tips on how your company should respond to a state attorney general's letter of inquiry. In this free members-only webinar, Gansler shares his insider knowledge on the workings of a state AGs office and explain what you need to do if your company becomes a target. Gansler's presentation includes:

  • Lessons learned from recent actions by state AGs against companies in the supplement industry How state AGs select target companies
  • Best practices for how a targeted company should respond
  • When to fight and when to settle if your company becomes a target
  • How your company can manage the scope of an AG's investigation
  • Q&A session


About Doug Gansler

Douglas F. Gansler, former attorney general of Maryland and president of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), is a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of BuckleySandler LLP. Drawing on more than 20 years of public advocacy and leadership, Mr. Gansler brings a unique perspective to client matters in financial services, health care, pharmaceutical, insurance, telecommunications and other consumer-centric industries. His practice focuses on advising businesses and individuals on federal and state investigations and enforcement actions and litigation matters involving state attorneys general, the Department of Justice and other state and federal enforcement and regulatory agencies, including individual and multi-state enforcement actions. Mr. Gansler also serves as an adjunct professor at American University's Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C.

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