PLI's Corporate Compliance and Ethics Institute 2015
Organizations face enormous legal and compliance risks, and the need for effective compliance and ethics programs to help manage those risks is greater than ever. Indeed, compliance and ethics programs should no longer be considered optional. Government expectations and standards for compliance and ethics programs have become increasingly specific, and good practices continue to evolve. In short, at no time has promoting and maintaining an ethical corporate culture been as essential for a company’s survival and success.
- Compliance and ethics expectations are no longer limited to the United States.Governments around the world are creating new guidance and expectations.- Enforcement risks have also increased.Prosecutors all over the world aggressively attack corporate crime, as countries now pursue subjects like antitrust and bribery that were never before under the spotlight. New technology is emerging to help prosecutors discover violations.And fines keep getting bigger.- Best practices in compliance are raising the bar of government expectations – but also provide ways for every compliance officer to do more with less and for every compliance program to function more effectively.
PLI's program will provide you with the tools you need to meet today’s compliance and ethics challenges.
Paul Hastings partner Palmina Fava is a featured speaker to discuss "Global Compliance Issues and Compliance for Third Parties."
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