Anti-corruption enforcement is an elusive concept nowadays. The biggest questions revolve around how it differs from one country, jurisdiction or regulatory body to the next, and from one industry to another. For example, Brazil has different laws than China and Russia. Yet it also enforces these in distinct ways, a fact that has global players scrambling for an answer to a single question: How to run a profitable business without falling afoul of local legislation in high risk markets? And that is what makes this conference unique: A razor-sharp focus on the most pertinent, country-specific anti-corruption topics of the times.
Chuck Duross, head of Morrison & Foerster’s global FCPA + Anti-Corruption practice, will speak on the “How Companies Can ‘Turn the Page’ and ‘Move On’ After a Scandal: A Focus on Corporate Culture and Restoration of Confidence” session on July 26 at 2:30PM.