Stanford Law School's Fourth Annual Worksite Immigration Compliance Symposium will be held October 28, 2014, on the University's campus.The Symposium will feature a panel discussing the record-breaking $34 million civil settlement between Infosys and the U.S. government. Moderated by attorney Charles Miller, the panel will feature the parties' counsel during the investigation and settlement, Infosys' attorney Stephen Jonas and Shamil Shipchandler, former Deputy Criminal Chief in the U.S. Attorney's office for the Eastern District of Texas. Former INS General Counsel Paul Virtue and attorney Eileen M.G. Scofield will provide expert analysis of the Infosys case's impact on immigration enforcement and corporate compliance.
The Fourth Annual Worksite Immigration Compliance Symposium is sponsored by the Stanford Rock Center for Corporate Governance, Stanford Law School, This year’s Symposium theme is "Serving Multiple Masters: How Employers Should Navigate Conflicting Government, Employee, and Shareholder Demands". The Symposium's Co-Directors are Rock Center's Director, F. Daniel Siciliano, Marcine A. Seid, Margaret McCormick and Marketa Lindt,
The event is open to the public and registration information is available online.