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Joe D. W.

Joe D.

REGISTER NOW! FCPA - CRIMINAL ANTITRUST SEMINAR - April 25, 2012 Georgia ICLE International Business and Crime

Chair, National White Collar Practice at Baker Donelson

April 25, 2012 at 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
State Bar of Georgia Headquarters - 104 Marietta Street NW • Atlanta, Georgia

Law Enforcement agencies in the United States and around the world are daily joining forces to investigate and prosecute businesses that violate both domestic and foreign laws. Violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), as well as applicable export control and criminal antitrust statutes, often appear center stage in such enforcement actions. Increases in enforcement activity including record setting sanctions and penalties have made effective compliance and remediation in these areas a priority for businesses.

This program will also focus on the following:


• Federal law enforcement and SEC perspectives
• Prosecution trends
• The government’s investigative techniques
• Internal Investigations
• Voluntary Disclosure
• Resolutions
• Impact of recent changes in the regulatory environment (e.g., UK Bribery Act, Dodd-Frank) on compliance programs
• Cross-functional collaboration as a way to maximize compliance program effectiveness
• Strategies for developing a third party intermediary due diligence and monitoring program
• Latest trends and practical insights on developing compliance training, implementing internal controls, and establishing hospitality policies


• Recent enforcement trends
• Amnesty plus in recent cases
• Organizational changes at Antitrust
• Early internal investigations—the need for speed driven by leniency programs and attorney-client issues related to potential individual defendants
• Coordination of multinational leniency applications
• Common Interest Agreements and foreign attorney-client privilege considerations
• Criminal strategy considerations related to potential follow-on treble damages litigation—ACPERA burdens for leniency recipients

Robert (Bob) W. Tarun will be the luncheon speaker at this year's program. Bob is a former Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney and Partner at Baker & McKenzie. He is the author of “The Foreign Corrupt Practices Handbook” published by the American Bar Association.

For additional information and to register online, please visit http://www.iclega.org/programs/7948.html.

Online registration is $155 and onsite registration is $175.

This program offers 6 CLE Hours including 4 Trial Practice Hours.


http://www.iclega.org/programs/7948.html iclega.org iclega.org

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    Michael E.

    Michael E. C.

    Litigator, Author, Adjunct Professor and Chair of the ABA Health Law Section

    The last link isn't working. It looks to be a good event

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