Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Conference – October 18-19, 2012

The National Law Review is pleased to bring you information regarding the upcoming ABA Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Conference:

When

October 18 – 19, 2012

Where

  • The Westin Grand Hotel
  • 2350 M St NW
  • Washington, DC, 20037-1417
  • United States of America

Program Description

As enforcement of anti-corruption laws in the United States and abroad continues to be a top priority for law enforcement, the Institute will provide a timely and substantive briefing on developments to companies, their officers, and employees. This year’s program will continue to examine trends stemming from recent proceedings brought by the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as well as address recent challenges to the FCPA both in Congress and the courts.

The Institute will also provide a more in-depth focus on certain recurring issues faced by practitioners and companies alike. Whether examining liability presented by other federal and non-U.S. laws in the event of a potential FCPA violation or minimizing liability in connection with complex international business transactions, the program will provide practical tips from experienced government, corporate, and private practitioners. In addition, the Institute will feature both an in-house perspectives panel and, for the first time, a panel dedicated to SEC enforcement and how it has evolved since the SEC’s establishment of its FCPA unit.

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