FCPA: Understanding Risks and Mitigating Your Exposure

02/02/2011 01:00 p.m. - 02:00 p.m. EST

FCPA + Anti-Corruption

Carl H. Loewenson, Jr.Paul T. Friedman, and Craig D. Martin

Paul T. FriedmanCarl H. Loewenson, Jr., and Craig D. Martin

Webinar

Fighting corruption is an increasingly high priority for global law enforcement. On any given day, news reports from around the world highlight global efforts to fight corruption and the growing importance for companies to comply with anti-corruption laws. As has been the trend for the last several years, 2010 was yet another record-breaking year for FCPA enforcement by US regulators. All directors, senior executives, in-house counsel, and compliance personnel can benefit from the panelists below who every day deal with the legal and business challenges posed by the FCPA and other international anti-corruption laws.

Participants Will Learn:

  • Overview of Key 2010 Anti-Corruption Developments; Record-Breaking Year for FCPA Enforcement
  • Evolving Role of DOJ, SEC, Specialized FCPA Units; Enforcement Trends
  • Why a Laser Focus on Anti-Corruption Issues Is So Important for Global Companies
  • Potential Impact on Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Provisions
  • Key Steps to Minimize Your Anti-Corruption Risk
  • Unique Compliance Challenges of Doing Business in China
  • Don't "Buy" FCPA Issues: The Importance of Thoughtful M&A Due Diligence
  • Evolving Thinking on Whether or Not To Self Report FCPA Violations

Speakers:

  • Paul T. Friedman
    Partner, Morrison & Foerster
  • Carl H. Loewenson
    Partner, Morrison & Foerster
  • Norman M. Brothers, Jr.
    Vice President & Practice Group Coordinator
    UPS Legal Department

Moderator:

  • Craig D. Martin
    Partner, Morrison & Foerster

Morrison & Foerster, at the request of the Association of Corporate Counsel, has prepared a White Paper (InfoPAK) to assist corporate counsel in making decisions about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and global anti-corruption laws.

Click here to download our FCPA White Paper.

 

 


 

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