Ethical Issues in FCPA Compliance & Investigations: Practical Advice from the Front Lines

05/11/2015 06:30 p.m. - 08:30 p.m.

FCPA + Anti-Corruption

Lincoln Center Campus - Fordham University School of Law
150 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023

Charles E. Duross

Charles E. Duross

Speaking Engagement

Advising a corporation about compliance with the FCPA and investigating alleged FCPA violations raise complicated practical and ethical issues for in-house and outside counsel. How should lawyers ensure that they are getting the relevant facts from key employees, that they are giving useful and accurate advice, and that their advice will not be misunderstood, ignored or misused? How should they respond to suspicions and allegations of wrongdoing? When can they participate in investigation and when does their prior advisory role preclude their involvement? An experienced panel comprised of inside compliance counsel, white-collar practitioners, legal ethicists and former prosecutors will give their perspectives and practical guidance on these and other problems that in-house and outside counsel encounter in practice.

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