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Corporate Compliance and the DOJ

Discuss Anti-Corruption, Best Practices for Mitigating Risk, and Successful Investigations

14-15 Sep 2017
New York City, NY, United States of America


Why You Should Attend

Corporate Compliance and the DOJ

The FCPA is a robustly enforced federal criminal anti-bribery statute used to exact billions of dollars in penalties from companies and to send implicated executives to prison.  2016 witnessed enforcement on a global scale unlike any other year. No matter where they are located, the FCPA must be on companies' radars.  The DOJ routinely and increasingly works cooperatively with its foreign counterparts.  Moreover, the majority of FCPA enforcement actions are brought against non-U.S. companies, including seven of the ten largest penalties ever imposed.

 

Attendees will learn from practitioners who have been in the trenches, have built and overseen effective programs, and have succeeded under DOJ and SEC scrutiny. They will empower attendees with the know-how to fully understand this law and its implications, while taking substantive steps to guide their companies to mitigated risk.  You will also gain critical insights regarding how to manage an FCPA issue if one arises. 

 

Key Topics

  • What is the FCPA – why should I care?
  • Application to Companies Headquartered Outside the U.S.
  • What are the components of an effective program?
  • Managing an FCPA Investigation
  • What impact if any does the 2016 election carry?

  • Why Choose marcus evans?

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    Above all, marcus evans provides clients with business information and knowledge which enables them to sustain a valuable competitive advantage and makes a positive contribution to their success.






    Practical Insights From

    Dan Dorsky
    Principal, Head of Anti-Corruption and Ethics | Compliance Risk Concepts (CRC)
    He counsels clients on their risks, and presents solutions concerning their anti-corruption/FCPA programs, in addition to their overall compliance programs. Prior to joining CRC, Dan was the VP and CCO for an S&P 500 company, where he led them through a three year period of self-reporting to the DOJ for FCPA violations inherited via an acquisition. Dan had previously been with Tyco, where as Senior FCPA Counsel he materially contributed to their successful DOJ and SEC FCPA resolution that included no monitor and a Non-Prosecution Agreement. Before going in-house Dan served as an Assistant United States Attorney in both the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. He was twice awarded the prestigious Director's Award for Superior Performance as an Assistant United States Attorney. Among other cases, Dan successfully prosecuted the legendary boss of the Genovese Crime Family, Vincent "the Chin" Gigante.

    Andrew Genser
    Partner | Kirkland & Ellis LLP
    Andrew is a partner in the Litigation and Government and Regulatory Enforcement groups. Andrew represents global banks, corporations, audit committees and executives in a wide variety of government investigations and prosecutions, including FCPA, bribery and corruption-related matters. Andrew also advises clients on their policies and compliance programs. Prior to joining Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Andrew was an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of New York, where he focused principally on prosecuting members of La Cosa Nostra. Among other significant matters, Andrew was the lead prosecutor in a landmark racketeering case against the boss and senior leadership of the Gambino Organized Crime Family related to corruption, extortion and bid rigging of unions and businesses operating in New York city's waterfront. Andrew also served as Deputy Chief of the General Crimes section in that office.

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