Joven Narwal to Speak at RegPRo: the 23rd Annual Professional Regulation & Discipline Conference

Joven Narwal has again been invited to speak at Infonex’s Annual Professional Regulation and Discipline Conference. In its 23rd year, RegPRo is a marquee event and leading forum to address cutting edge issues facing professional discipline bodies, across the full spectrum of professions.

This year, Joven Narwal, will speak on the topic of Concurrent/Parallel Criminal and Civil Proceedings to Professional Disciplinary matters, focusing on the strategic implications confronting counsel including the effect of findings in one context upon another, disclosure obligations, defending against investigations, determining which enforcement action ought to precede others, along with a number of other complex issues that arise where multiple investigations and proceedings are ongoing.

Here is the event summary and a link to register:

Professional regulation is rapidly evolving. Complaints, disciplinary charges, and misconduct of professionals are making headlines. It is vital for you to understand the implications of all the recent and upcoming changes in your regulatory field. Responding to allegations of professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity in a timely and proficient manner is essential but often difficult, time consuming, and costly.

INFONEX’s 23rd anniversary RegPro: Professional Regulation and Discipline is the landmark event for the disciplinary and regulatory community. Our faculty, representing regulatory bodies and private practice, will lead you through the most important cases and key practical developments. By attending this event you can exchange ideas and experiences with people from other regulatory bodies to ensure you are applying the right and up-to-date standards.

Our panel of expert speakers, whom regularly handle professional regulatory and disciplinary cases, will provide you with practical and tactical guidance, and will enable you to gain insight from recent professional regulation cases. Attend and hear how to define “good character” in registration and examine processes for verifying foreign credentials. Learn how to investigate and collect and sift through evidence to ensure the success of your hearings, and how to protect public interest by demonstrating transparency and efficiency.

Building on over two decades years of successful, informative events, this is a great opportunity for you to equip you with the latest strategies, and network with your peers and share your experiences. Register today