Compliance 101: Everything you need to know about the U.S. government’s recent guidance on corporate compliance programs
Compliance is keeping the U.S. government busy this year; so far, 2019 has seen the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) issue four separate compliance guidance documents addressing the False Claims Act, economic sanctions, corporate criminal investigations, and, most recently, antitrust. In addition, the DOJ changed its longstanding policy regarding the credit a company can receive in an antitrust investigation for having a robust compliance program.
It’s a lot to take in—as a company that does business in the U.S., how do you ensure that your compliance program measures up under the new guidance? In a one-hour webinar next week, our team of dispute resolution and antitrust lawyers will:
- demystify the developments relating to the new compliance guidelines for the False Claims Act, economic sanctions, corporate criminal investigations, and antitrust;
- explain how they impact your business; and
- provide practical tips for creating a compliance program that will protect your business interests.
This program is accredited for New York CLE and will offer 1 Professional Practice credit; CLE eligibility for lawyers admitted in other states will need to be assessed on a case-by-case basis. It is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced lawyers.
- Tuesday, July 30, 2019
- 12:00pm – 12:50pm ET: Presentation
- 12:50pm – 1:00pm ET: Audience Q&A
- Matthew Axelrod – Dispute Resolution Partner, Washington, D.C.
- Doug Davison – Dispute Resolution Partner, Washington, D.C.
- Brenda DiLuigi – Dispute Resolution Partner, New York
- Kate Machan (Moderator) – Dispute Resolution Counsel, New York
- Doug Tween – Competition/Antitrust Partner, New York
If you cannot make the live webinar but would like to receive a copy of the recording, please click here.
We hope you can join us on Tuesday.