MoFo partner Chuck Duross will speak at the University of Texas School of Law's 9th Annual Government Enforcement Institute on September 28 at 2:15 PM. Chuck will be moderating a panel titled "Doing Business Extraterritorially," which will address how increasing international opportunities has led to a rise in risks associated with pursuing business across borders. Both public and private multinational companies and their executives are facing heightened concern over potential regulatory inquiries and enforcement actions related to anti-money laundering, the FCPA and global anti-corruption, and export controls and sanctions laws. This session will discuss recent enforcement trends and practical compliance strategies for mitigating business and legal risks in this ever-changing environment.
This presentation will qualify for 1.0 hour CLE Credit and 0.25 hour Ethics Credit. For more information, please visit the event website.