Thwarting Individual Accountability:
What Does Reinvigorated Enforcement Mean for Responsible Corporate Officers and Counsel?

American Conference Institute’s 12th National Summit on Reducing Legal Risks in the Sales and Marketing of Medical Devices

04/23/2012 - 04/24/2012

Securities Litigation

Doubletree Hotel Chicago
300 E. Ohio Street
Chicago, IL 60611

Speaking Engagement

Topics Include:

  • Learning how to cope with corporate life under a microscope in an era of heightened governmental scrutiny
    - acts and omissions that may lead to FDA, DOJ, or SEC investigations
    - reducing brazen forms of behavior
  • Representing yourself accurately and producing documents to avoid false claims or obstruction allegations
  • Fostering proper and ethical behavior through demonstrated compliance with voluntary industry codes such as AdvaMed
    - utilizing codes as a benchmark for ethics
  • Understanding when to “toe the line” and when to err on the side of caution in your sales and marketing practices
  • Defining who within a company can be “responsible” under FDA standards
    - collateral consequences of a Park conviction
  • Working through available defenses to a Park charge
  • Analyzing gate-keeper enforcement against in-house and outside counsel
  • Determining the value and limitations of seeking outside legal guidance to advise on marketing and other operational matters, as well as investigative issues

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