Join Bass, Berry & Sims attorney, Hannah Choate, and the Nashville White Collar & Criminal Bar Series at Belmont University – College of Law for the first installment of the Life Cycle of a White Collar Case series, “From the Inception of an Investigation”. The panel will also feature Moderator Joy Longnecker (Barnes & Thornburg, LLP), along with panelists The Honorable Eli Richardson (United States District Court, Middle District of Tennessee), Kimberly Hodde (The Law Office of Kimberly S. Hodde), and Stephanie Touissant (United States Attorney’s Office, Middle District of Tennessee).

Topics for this panel discussion will include:

  • Inception of an investigation
  • Initial investigative process
  • The ethical and other special considerations during the early stages of an investigation


When: Thursday, Sept. 28th from 4 – 5 pm CT

Where: Belmont University College of Law, Room 342 (3rd Floor) – Complimentary parking is available directly under the Randall & Sadie Baskin Center (College of Law Building).

Registration: Registration is free (please note that there will not be CLE offered for this event). Sign up HERE to register for the event.