The Importance of a Robust Compliance Program for the Company, Company Executives and the Board of Directors

February 25, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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OVERVIEW

A robust compliance program can not only prevent and detect potential fraud and other violations of company policy, regulations and laws, but also it can serve as a defense against criminal, regulatory and civil suits against the company, its executives and Board members. This panel will:

•  discuss guidance by government prosecutors and regulators regarding what they expect in terms of a compliance program and the involvement in that program of corporate actors

•  describe and give examples of how those guidance documents have been applied by government regulators and prosecutors

•  provide practical examples of how companies, executives and Board members can, and have, relied on the company’s compliance program in defense of various legal actions.

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SPEAKERS

Betsy Ferguson, Deputy General Counsel, CVS

Mei Lin Kwan-Gett, Deputy General Counsel & Head of Global Litigation, Citigroup

Lynn Neils, Partner, Baker Botts

 

AGENDA

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM / Registration

CLE

Credits: 1
State: NY
Category: Areas of Professional Practice Suitable for Transitional and Non-Transitional (new and experienced) attorneys

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