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Lectures “Preventing fraud and detecting corruption: The U.S. legal system”

Date and time:20–30 April 2020,

1:00 p.m. — 3:00 p.m.

Place:VU Faculty of Law , 302 auditorium

The lectures will be delivered by a law professional, visiting professor Peter R. Kolker. This course will explore different methods used in the U.S. legal system to detect fraud and to prevent corruption in the U.S. The course will use real cases to show how fraud is carried out and what must be done to prevent it. Each class will explore a different topic and class participation by students is encouraged and expected.
Peter R. Kolker is a practicing attorney in the Washington, D.C. law firm of Zuckerman, Spaeder LLP which represents individuals and companies who are (or may be) charged with crimes. Mr. Kolker is a member of the bar in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Florida and Illinois and has extensive experience with these problems.
Mr. Kolker has taught this and similar courses in St. Petersburg, Russia, Odessa, Ukraine, Prague, Brno and Olomuc, Czech Republic.

Certificates will be issued to participants who attended 80 % of all lectures.
Limited number of registrations! We kindly ask those who registered but will not be able to attend, to give a notice at least 3 working day by e-mail:
People who registered but did not attend or attended less than 45% of the lecture will be blacklisted.