Crossing the Atlantic Bridge — How to Deal With U.S. Regulators

23 March 2010 London, England Past Event

Location

Eversheds LLP
1 Wood Street
London, England
EC2V 7WS
United Kingdom

Contact Information

Kristen Martin
kmartin@foley.com

Agenda

8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
A large expanse of water separates the United States from the United Kingdom, but so do some significant differences in the way regulators operate.

If your business currently has a presence in the United States (or is planning to in the future), or if you currently trade with the United States, then you need to understand the different levels of scrutiny you can receive in areas such as fraud. With investigations becoming increasingly cross-border, this seminar will attempt to bridge any gap in your knowledge before you come under the spotlight.

Jointly hosted by Eversheds and Foley & Lardner LLP, we will give you an insight into how the U.S. regulators work and a practical guide to surviving an investigation. Our speakers include a former trial attorney from the U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division and a former staff attorney and special counsel with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's Enforcement Division.

Aimed at CEOs, general counsel, heads of legal, and risk and compliance managers, topics covered will include:

  • Challenges and differences between U.K./U.S. investigations
  • A U.S. investigation — how to deal with the regulator

Speakers

We also will be addressing these issues from a U.S. perspective at a future event to be hosted in Washington. To register your interest, contact Rebecca Richter at rebeccarichter@eversheds.com to register your interest in this event.

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Crossing the Atlantic Bridge — How to Deal With U.S. Regulators

Location

Eversheds LLP
1 Wood Street
London, England
EC2V 7WS
United Kingdom

Contact Information

Kristen Martin
kmartin@foley.com

Agenda

8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.