Public-sector organizations need to better understand the driving forces, priorities and procedures within the organizations they "protect." But equally as important is that the private-sector organizations reciprocate and understand the how, what and why of the law enforcement/public body process. Join our panelists...
Partner, Chair of the Securities Litigation Group, Alston & Bird LLP
Corley is chair of the Securities Litigation Group, where she concentrates her practice on securities and complex commercial litigation, including securities class actions, derivative suits and M&A litigation. She also counsels companies and their directors and officers on regulatory investigations, disclosure issues, fiduciary duties in the deal context, and director and officer insurance coverage. Corley has written and spoken on a variety of commercial litigation topics, particularly in the areas of securities and M&A litigation.
Vice President, Head of Fraud Prevention & Investigations, Charles Schwab Corporation
Langley leads the Corporate Fraud Prevention & Investigations Group which is responsible for firm-wide External and Internal Fraud Investigations, including the Fraud Risk Assessment Team, Cybercrime Investigations Team (online external fraud), Visa/Check Loss Investigations Team and External & Internal Fraud Investigations Teams. He also oversees the Anti-Bribery and ID Theft Red Flag Programs. Before joining Schwab in 2014, Langley spent 22 years as an FBI Special Agent in Executive Management to Investigator roles. In the FBI, he spent over 15 years supervising and investigating financial and cybercrimes, including 8 years managing financial crimes investigations and four years working overseas in Kazakhstan and Belgium. After the 9/11 attacks, Langley was part of the team that established the FBI's terrorist financing section to enhance terrorism investigations from the financial perspective. Prior to the FBI, Langley spent five years as an auditor/accounting manager in public accounting and private industry.