As the current Administration enters its second full year, recent announcements have signaled a possible shift in enforcement priorities related to foreign corruption and other issues as well as the global reach of U.S. regulators.
A senior Department of Justice official and other Distinguished Speakers will discuss the need for corporate vigilance in dealing with compliance issues under the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA); the imposition of multi-year monitorships over companies and their Boards; and heavy penalties imposed on corporations and their Directors and Officers.
The panel of experts will then recommend pragmatic strategies for handling situations involving the FCPA and monitorships, as well as practical steps that Directors and Officers can take to reduce their personal liability.
Rick Williams, Managing Director, Williams Advisory Partners, LLC will make Introductory Remarks.
Jordi de Llano
Deputy Chief, Economic Crimes Unit,
U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts
Partner, Perkins Coie
Amy Chang (Moderator)
Counsel, Perkins Coie
Managing Director, Lockton Companies, LLC,
Directors & Officers' Liability and Governance Risk Management Group