Seminar Number

8261

 

Early
Registration Fee:

$155

On-Site
Registration Fee:

$175

 

International Business Crimes:
FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT CRIMINAL ANTITRUST AND EXPORT CONTROLS

JUNE 6, 2013

State Bar of Georgia Headquarters
104 Marietta St. NW • Atlanta

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 3 Trial Practice Hours

Co-Sponsor:
Business Law Committee, Young Lawyers Division, State Bar of Georgia
;
International Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Joe D. Whitley, Program Co-Chair, Chair, Atlanta White Collar Practice and DC Shareholder; Greenberg Traurig LLP, Atlanta and Washington, DC
Marc L. Effron, Program Co-Chair, Managing Partner, White Elm Group, LLC, Atlanta
Robert E. Gallagher, Program Co-Chair, PwC LLP, Atlanta

7:45

Registration and Continental Breakfast
(All attendees must check in upon arrival. A jacket or sweater is recommended.)

8:30

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Joe D. Whitley

8:40

FCPA: SEC & DOJ Perspectives—2013 and beyond (corporate & individual Scrutiny continue)

  • Federal Law Enforcement and SEC Perspectives
  • Prosecution Trends
  • The Government’s Investigative Techniques

Moderator:
Dale C. Turza, Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft, LLP, Washington, DC

Panelists:
Randy S. Chartash, Assistant U.S. Attorney; Chief, Economic Crimes Section, U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta
Nathaniel Edmonds, Paul Hastings LLP, Washington, DC
William B. Waldie, PwC, Philadelphia, PA

9:40

Impact of SEC/DOJ guidance on defense strategies

  • Principals of Enforcement
  • Recent Enforcement Actions
  • Minimizing Your Risk Exposure
  • Right-Sized Compliance For Small Market Companies
  • Avoiding the Landmines
  • Voluntary Disclosure and Resolutions

Moderator:
Marc L. Effron

Panelists:
Paul N. Monnin, DLA Piper, Atlanta
Jason N. Poulos, Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial, LLP, Atlanta
Joe D. Whitley

10:40

BREAK

10:55

Effective FCPA Compliance strategies

  • Take-Aways From SEC/DOJ Guidance and Recent Enforcement Actions
  • The Role of Internal Audit
  • Managing the Risk From Third-Party Intermediaries
  • Acquisitions
    • Due Diligence
    • Post-Closing Activities
  • Imbedding Compliance in the Organization

Moderator:
Robert E. Gallagher

Panelists:
Bob Anderson, Senior Director, Assurance and Advisory Management Program, Home Depot, Atlanta
Benjamin Bard, Ethics and Compliance Counsel, The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta
Norman M. Brothers, Jr., Vice President, Legal-Corporate, International and Regulatory Compliance, UPS, Atlanta
Richard H. Deane, Jr., Jones Day, Atlanta

12:15

Lunch (Included in regisration fee)

A LOOK AT FCPA, CRIMINAL ANTITRUST AND EXPORT CONTROL CASES & SETTLEMENTS
Amy Levin Weil, The Weil Firm, Atlanta

1:15

Criminal antitrust—defending a case

  • 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

Moderator:
H. Stephen Harris, Jr., Baker & McKenzie, LLP, Washington, DC

Panelists:
Jeffrey S. Cashdan, King & Spalding, Atlanta
William D. Dillon, The Dillon Law Group, LLC, Atlanta
Bryan B. Lavine, Troutman Sanders, Atlanta
L. Trammell Newton, Jones Day, Atlanta

2:15
BREAK
2:30

Export ControlS (A Good Defense is a good offense)

  • Export Control Enforcement Priorities
  • Export Compliance Training
  • Internal Investigations and Voluntary Disclosure

Moderator:
Jeannette L. Chu, PwC, McLean, VA

Panelists:
Michael X. Marinelli, Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Austin, TX
Rick Shimon, Special Agent in Charge, Office of Export Enforcement, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC (invited)
Additional Panel Member to be Announced

3:30
ADJOURN