Kobie Flowers was part of a select group of lawyers chosen to attend 11th Annual Forum on Corporate Enforcement.

Kobie Flowers, partner at Brown, Goldstein & Levy, attended last week’s 11th Annual Forum on Corporate Enforcement, held in Nashville, Tennessee from May 25 to 27.

Sponsored by Cambridge Forums, the forum welcomed the country’s highest caliber trial lawyers and senior in-house counsel, personally selected from across the United States. During the three-day conference, attendees had the opportunity to discuss representing corporations and individuals in white-collar crime related matters.

Using seminar-style discussions, attendees examined some of the most pressing issues in white-collar crime and enforcement, including internal investigations, trial tactics, and theories of criminal liability. Attendees learned how others address these problems and identified practical solutions.


Kobie Flowers is a trial lawyer with over twenty years of courtroom experience. He has litigated cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States and internationally in the military commissions in Guantanamo Bay. Kobie typically represents high-profile clients in high-stakes criminal investigations, civil litigation, internal investigation, or trials.