Kleinbard litigation partner, Matthew Haverstick, will serve as a panelist at the PBI’s Embezzlement 101 Seminar on Thursday, April 7, 2016.  Haverstick’s panel entitled “Crisis Management: Day one through Seven” will cover:

  • Types of embezzlement and internal wrongdoing we fear now
  • How to prepare for the discovery and consequences of internal wrongdoing
  • Managing the press
  • Regulatory and law enforcement agencies
  • Whether and what to voluntarily disclose to authorities

Haverstick’s litigation practice focuses primarily on representing government officials and entities in the Supreme and Commonwealth Courts of Pennsylvania, as well as other state and federal appellate courts, in matters ranging from public corruption investigations to the Right-to-Know Law to the constitutionality of state laws. Haverstick and his team also frequently represent both private and public entities in white collar criminal and regulatory investigations.

In addition to his practice, Haverstick is active in the legal community currently serving as a member of the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section and as the national Co-Chair of the Public Corruption and Extortion Subcommittee.  He also serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Drexel University School of Law.  He was listed in Chambers USA: The Client’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business in the area of Commercial Litigation in 2015 and is recognized as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer.