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Corporate Compliance, Internal Investigations, & Ethical Issues 24/7 Downloadable CLE

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Learn the latest trends and developments in Corporate Compliance, Internal Investigations, & Ethical Issues with this 24/7 Downloadable Seminar. Register to listen to this downloadable seminar, receive course materials, and obtain CLE credit.

Corporate Compliance, Internal Investigations, & Ethical Issues
24/7 Downloadable Seminar

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Approved for 1.5 Georgia Bar CLE credits (including 1.5 Ethics credits), 2.0 Florida Bar CLE credits (including 2.0 Ethics credits), Connecticut for 2.0 Ethics Credits.


As regulators in the U.S. and around the world strengthen rules governing corporate compliance and oversight, the current economic conditions have intensified the challenges facing in-house, corporate, and litigation attorneys. A recent series of white collar prosecutions and internal investigations has underscored the import of this changing practice. Promoting and maintaining an ethical corporate culture have never been as paramount and complex as now for the survival and success of the modern corporate entity. Our three distinguished speakers bring an extensive background from the Department of Justice and several of the nation’s leading law firms. These nationally recognized experts will give you the tools needed to advance and develop an effective compliance program, as well as ensure that your company or client’s compliance program satisfies the rigorous new standards. You will learn about the effects of the economic downturn and subsequent rulemaking on compliance programs, the newly issued expectations for reporting and documenting compliance initiatives, the latest trends and design of Risk Assessments, developments in internal investigations and white-collar crime prosecutions, the evolving role of the Board, international considerations, and developments in anti-bribery.


David Anders on Internal Investigations

1. Determining Whether to Conduct an Investigation

2. Defining the Goals of an Investigation

3. Gathering Evidence & Interviewing Employees

4. Best Practices for Reporting the Results of an Investigation

5. Disclosure of Investigation Reports

Donald Dowling on Corporate Compliance Governing Employment & Privacy Law

1. External Supplier "Sweatshop" vs. Internal Employee "Ethics" Codes of Conduct

2. Supplier "Sweatshop" Codes & Industry Model Codes

3. Trend toward Codes Covering Outsourcing of Services

4. Drafting an Internal "Ethics" Code of Conduct: Form vs. Holistic (checklist) Approach

5. Discrimination, Harassment, Business Gifts, Restrictive Covenants, & Drug-free Workplace

6. Whistleblower Hotlines in a Code of Conduct

7. Data-law Compliance in the European Union

8. Code of conduct Launch Logistics

9. Aligning and Integrating a Global Code of Conduct with Overseas Local Work Rules, Policies and Laws

John Snow on Legal Ethical Considerations

1. Conflict Management in Corporate Representation

2. Who is the Client?

3. Attorney Client Privilege

4. Candor to the Tribunal

5. Ethically Managing the Corporate Client

6. Ethical Considerations in the Internal Investigation

7. Common Ethical Issues with Opposing Counsel

8. Common Ethical Issues with Opposing Counsel

Question & Answer Session

Biography of Seminar Faculty:

1. David B. Anders is a Partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen, & Katz. His practice focuses on the representation of Fortune 500 and other companies in connection with the defense of regulatory, white-collar criminal and complex civil litigation matters. He also regularly advises clients in connection with internal investigations and corporate governance and compliance reviews. Mr. Anders previously served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, where he investigated and prosecuted a wide variety of securities, commodities, and other investment fraud schemes, money laundering, immigration, racketeering, and associated violent crime. He tried 13 felony cases to verdict, and briefed and argued numerous appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He was involved in several significant prosecutions during that time, including the investigation and prosecution of the fraud at WorldCom.
Mr. Anders is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Fordham University School of Law in 1994. He served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Denny Chin, United States District Judge, Southern District of New York. Mr. Anders is a frequent speaker to bar associations and professional organizations on issues relating to securities and commodities fraud and internal investigations. He has served as an adjunct faculty member at Fordham University School of Law and is an Officer of the Board of Directors of the Fordham Law School Alumni Association. In 2005, The National Law Journal selected him as one of the country's top 40 lawyers under 40.

2. Donald C. Dowling is White & Case’s International Employment Counsel, where he concentrates his practice on cross-border human resources law issues for multinational employers. Mr. Dowling is one of two lawyers in the US ranked in the top tier ("Leading") in the only competitive ranking of international labor/employment lawyers, London-based PLC Which Lawyer?, and he is ranked by Chambers as one of the top 36 Labor & Employment lawyers in New York. He has over 15 years of experience with multinational corporations managing multiple-jurisdiction employment law compliance initiatives, including global handbooks, codes of conduct, hotlines and HR policies, cross-border compensation, benefits, equity and incentive plans, HR issues in international mergers/acquisitions/divestitures, "sweatshop" work conditions, and data privacy laws. Mr. Dowling is a graduate of the University of Chicago and University of Florida Law School.

3. John A. Snow is a partner in Van Cott's Litigation Section, Chair of the Construction Law Practice Group, and is a member of the firm's Board of Directors. Mr. Snow's practice focuses on general civil litigation, including commercial, construction, insurance, and professional malpractice matters. Mr. Snow is an active member of the Utah Association of General Contractors. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America® in the areas of Commercial Litigation, Construction Law, and Legal Malpractice Law, is recognized in 2007 Mountain States Super Lawyers in the area of Business Litigation and was named as one of the 2010 Utah Legal Elite in the area of Business Litigation and 2008 Utah Legal Elite in the area of Construction Law by Utah Business Magazine. Mr. Snow is a cum laude graduate of the Arizona State University, where he was an editor of the Arizona State Law Review.

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Attorneys, paralegals, and legal professionals.

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Approved for 1.5 Georgia Bar CLE credits (including 1.5 Ethics credits), 2.0 Florida Bar CLE credits (including 2.0 Ethics credits), & 1.5 Pennsylvania Ethics credits.

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