Foley is pleased to sponsor the American Conference Institute’s (ACI) National Forum on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, held 11/15 and 11/16 at the Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner in Washington, D.C.
Now in its 14th successful year, ACI’s National Forum on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is the event that corporate counsel and compliance officers rely on for comprehensive, insightful, and practical guidance on critical FCPA compliance issues. Benefit from the practical perspective of seasoned corporate FCPA compliance executives from companies such as Boeing, Honeywell International, IBM, BP, Intelsat, Tyco International and General Electric. Get an update on enforcement and policy initiatives from top Government officials and FCPA attorneys and learn how industry leaders are setting up internal controls to comply in this constantly changing global legal landscape. This year’s agenda will include the latest information on:
- Recent U.S. and international FCPA cases and how they will impact compliance programs
- How the SEC and DOJ evaluate voluntary disclosures
- The impact of the expanded use of compliance monitors
- How to meet the compliance challenges of gifts and hospitality
- Strategies to convey the ethics and compliance culture to company employee and officials
- Structuring transactions to mitigate FCPA risk
- How to set up FCPA-compliant internal accounting controls and record-keeping
Greg Bruch, partner in Foley’s Litigation Department and Securities Litigation, Enforcement and Regulation Practice Group, will participate in a panel discussion titled “Controlling The Money: How to Establish Internal Controls to Support FCPA and Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance.”
For more information please visit the event Web site.