NOVEMBER 1, 2018 
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


BJay Pak, United States Attorney

Byung J. “BJay” Pak was nominated by President Trump to be the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia on July 27, 2017, and was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on September 28, 2017. He is returning to the office, having served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division from 2002 to 2008. 

Previously, BJay was a partner at Chalmers Pak Burch & Adams, LLC, where he handled complex civil litigation and white-collar investigation and prosecutions.  Prior to forming the litigation boutique firm in 2015, he was an equity partner at an AMLAW 100 firm.



Dana Gold, Director of Education

Government Accountability Project
  Dana develops and implements a broad range of public education initiatives that foster awareness of GAP’s work and the essential role whistleblowers play in promoting government and corporate accountability. In addition, Dana serves as an ambassador for the organization, engaging partners and allies across a wide range of stakeholder groups, including those in academia, private attorneys, NGOs, ethics professionals, whistleblowers, and others in collaborative efforts to advance GAP’s mission.


Scott Noble, Whistleblower                                     

Former Investment Advisor
As an investment advisor at Samex Capital Advisors in Fishers, Indiana, Scott Noble discovered $7 million in accounting irregularities in 2011. He had a choice: keep quiet or blow the whistle on his employer, Samex Capital CEO Keenan Hauke.

He blew the whistle.

Noble alerted the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Indiana Secretary of State Securities Division, resulting in a securities fraud conviction. Hauke was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison and ordered to pay $7.1 million in restitution.

After making his disclosures, Noble suffered financially and was unable to continue a career in finance.



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