Jonathan E. Green will present at American Conference Institute’s 16th FCPA Boot Camp at The Claremont Hotel Club and Spa in Berkeley, CA on October 1-3, 2012. In a pre-conference interactive workshop on Monday, October 1, Jonathan will provide an overview on “Preventing Gifts, Entertainment and Hospitality Pitfalls: How to Create and Monitor a Robust, Culturally-Sensitive Policy and Detect Wrongdoing.” Attendees of this year’s event will walk away with a comprehensive, working knowledge of the current enforcement environment, along with practical strategies for addressing high-risk areas of exposure across their business operations. Attendees will develop a company-specific risk profile, assess risk based on region and create best practices for detecting bribery within an organization. Additionally, they will learn best strategies to conduct strong due diligence and manage third-party business partners; respond to a team on the ground when dealing with requests for bribes; satisfy US recordation requirements without increasing exposure; craft compliance policies that will encourage employees to approach them first; and create a complete due diligence file that will stand up to multi-agency scrutiny.
- Clarissa Balmaseda, Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge, IRS Criminal Investigations
- Jonathan E. Green, Counsel, Kaye Scholer LLP
- Tracy L. Davis, Assistant Regional Director of Enforcement, US SEC (San Francisco, CA)
- Debra J. Meyer, Senior Analyst, IRS Criminal Investigations/Internal Operations
This event is offering a total of 12.75 CA CLE credits and 3.5 workshop hours.
October 3, 2012