Leaders in the US Department of Justice (DOJ) have repeatedly asserted that only “effective” antitrust compliance programs merit serious consideration in making recommendations under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. But what makes a program “effective?”
Please join our lawyers Paula Lin and Richard Steuer as they discuss that question and others, providing answers tailored to the needs of financial institutions. Topics will include:
- What features make a compliance program “effective” in the eyes of the government?
- What difference will the new emphasis on individual accountability make?
- Which training formats are considered effective?
- What lessons should an antitrust compliance program teach?
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