FCPA Boot Camp

Friday, January 25, 2008

About

All companies engaging in international business, large and small, must develop and implement an FCPA compliance policy and training program to protect themselves against FCPA violations.

Having an effective and comprehensive corporate FCPA compliance policy in place will demonstrate to employees and, if necessary, law enforcement officials that your company considers anti-corruption compliance an important corporate goal. If done properly, a comprehensive compliance program can become a valuable corporate asset that enhances company operations, facilitates compliance with law and mitigates damage when and if violations occur.

This publication from the American Conference Institute’s FCPA Boot Camp provides you with an excellent working knowledge of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and strategies you need to successfully implement and monitor an effective anti-corruption compliance program. Topics include:

  • Creating a Code of Conduct that matters
  • Tailoring FCPA training to the company
  • Dealing with violations
  • Screening and documenting potential business partners
  • Developing effective anti-corruption training programs
  • Performing anti-corruption risk assessments
  • FCPA books and records requirements

Contents & Contributors

About

All companies engaging in international business, large and small, must develop and implement an FCPA compliance policy and training program to protect themselves against FCPA violations.

Having an effective and comprehensive corporate FCPA compliance policy in place will demonstrate to employees and, if necessary, law enforcement officials that your company considers anti-corruption compliance an important corporate goal. If done properly, a comprehensive compliance program can become a valuable corporate asset that enhances company operations, facilitates compliance with law and mitigates damage when and if violations occur.

This publication from the American Conference Institute’s FCPA Boot Camp provides you with an excellent working knowledge of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and strategies you need to successfully implement and monitor an effective anti-corruption compliance program. Topics include:

  • Creating a Code of Conduct that matters
  • Tailoring FCPA training to the company
  • Dealing with violations
  • Screening and documenting potential business partners
  • Developing effective anti-corruption training programs
  • Performing anti-corruption risk assessments
  • FCPA books and records requirements

Contents & Contributors

THE CHANGING TIDE OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS: NAVIGATING ANTI-CORRUPTION ISSUES AND THE FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT
Amy Conway-Hatcher, Morgan Lewis & Bockius
Kimberly A. Parker, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr

FAST PACE OF FCPA ENFORCEMENT CONTINUES IN 2007: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Kimberly A. Parker, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr

THE 2007 YEAR IN REVIEW: RECENT SETTLEMENTS AND STATE OF THE ART COMPLIANCE
Gary DiBianco, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom

SCREENING THIRD PARTIES
Zak Karamally, Affiliated Computer Services, Inc.

FCPA COMPLIANCE – EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND TRAINING
Joseph A. Vicario, Jr., Texas Instruments

COMPLIANCE CULTURE AND BUY-IN
Zak Karamally, Affiliated Computer Services, Inc.

THE PRICE OF GIVING: THE LIMITS OF HOSPITALITY
Amy Conway-Hatcher, Morgan Lewis & Bockius
Jessica Rossman, Continental Airlines, Inc.

DEALING WITH SUSPECTED AND ALLEGED VIOLATIONS: REPORTING PROGRAMS AND DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES
Jessica Rossman, Continental Airlines, Inc.
Marsha Z. Gerber, Fulbright & Jaworksi

CONDUCTING EFFECTIVE FCPA DUE DILIGENCE IN MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
Manny Alas, PricewaterhouseCoopers

THE FCPA PAPER TRAIL
Gary DiBianco, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom



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