The Age of Compliance CLE
The Age of Compliance: Navigating the New DOJ and SEC Guidance to Strengthen Compliance During and After a Pandemic



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Course Description

This program was recorded on October 7, 2020

This presentation will provide guidance to companies, compliance officials and lawyers on investigation and compliance reviews in the age of remote working. We will focus on the June 2020 guidance by the US Department of Justice on Compliance as well as the Second Edition of the FCPA Resource Guide, released in July 2020. This presentation will cover a variety of reviews including compliance risk assessments and investigations due to whistleblower complaints, proactive due diligence reviews, global compliance reviews and implementation and evaluation of remediation efforts. We will focus on pragmatic approaches to investigations and reviews including bespoke approaches across companies and sectors and discuss ways to assess and strengthen your compliance controls to meet regulators’ expectations.

Adam J. Pie
Adam Pié has wide-ranging practice which includes internal investigations, corporate compliance, and litigation, including matters involving ERISA, general corporate, property, and white collar litigation. Adam’s corporate compliance experience covers multiple subject-matter reviews, with a particular focus on compliance risks related to pharmaceutical industry. Adam’s compliance reviews include multiple ABAC investigations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, as well as reviews related to anti-kickback regulations, data privacy, SEC disclosures, product promotion and safety, pharmacist controls and regulations, and export controls.

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Gail Rodgers
Gail Rodgers concentrates her practice in pharmaceutical and medical device litigation, mass torts and government and internal investigations. Gail represents clients on a wide variety of compliance matters, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) as well as advising and enhancing compliance programs in response to investigations. Gail handles investigations regarding bribery, corruption and potential sanctions and export control violations. She also advises on issues stemming from investigations, including concerns regarding data breach and data privacy.

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Katrina A. Hausfeld
Katie Hausfeld focuses her practice on corporate investigations and compliance, white-collar criminal matters and complex civil litigation. Katie regularly advises both US and multinational companies in connection with investigations and enforcement actions conducted by the US Department of Justice, the US Securities and Exchange Commission, and other enforcement agencies. She also assists her clients in designing and implementing risk-based compliance programs that meet the ever-evolving expectations of regulatory and enforcement agencies, including compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-corruption regulations. These enterprise-wide programs include conducting risk assessments, drafting codes of conduct and ethics, drafting corporate policies and creating and implementing training programs.

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2 General Credits

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  1. June 2020 guidance by the US Department of Justice on Compliance
  2. Second Edition of FCPA Resource Guide (released July 2020)
  3. Compliance risk assessments
  4. Proactive due diligence reviews
  5. Global compliance reviews
  6. Implementation and evaluation of remediation efforts
  7. Pragmatic approaches to investigations