Doing Business in China and the FCPA: How to Protect Yourself and Your Company

10/14/2008

Corporate, Government Contracts + Public Procurement, Internal Investigations, Litigation, Securities Litigation, Securities Enforcement, and White-Collar Defense

New York, NY

Carl H. Loewenson, Jr. and James E. Hough

James E. Hough and Carl H. Loewenson, Jr.

Seminar

The Directors Roundtable and Co-Sponsor Morrison & Foerster LLP Invite You to Attend a Program for Boards of Directors and Their Advisors

FCPA (''Foreign Corrupt Practices Act") issues in China are a slippery slope. It’s tough for Boards of Directors and top management to know how to become “part of the solution” rather than “part of the problem.” Business leaders are concerned about various ethical dilemmas and whether, how, and when to disclose information to government agencies.'

This seminar will cover effective fraud and corruption prevention and reaction programs. The panel will review how recent cases demonstrate common pitfalls for companies doing business in China. A discussion on criminal risks for directors, officers, employees, and third-party advisors will explain practical solutions to minimize FCPA exposure.

Speakers:

Carl H. Loewenson, Jr., Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP

Richard Sibery, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP

Brian Loughman, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP

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