The recent Mayer Brown handbook Current Issues in Internal Corporate Investigations has generated significant interest from many clients. Please join us for an informative discussion among a number of Mayer Brown partners, and experienced in-house counsel, exploring the growing importance of effectively coordinating a global enforcement approach to internal investigations for your company.
As corporations globalize, the coordinated regulatory and enforcement actions of multijurisdictional enforcement agencies create the need for strategic and thoughtful responses. Corporations need to focus on the significant collateral consequences of these multijurisdictional investigations and develop strategies to minimize risk internationally, safeguard privileges, control costs and maintain appropriate relationships with multiple regulators. There is an accelerated importance placed on implementing compliance programs in an effort to minimize a corporation’s potential monetary payments to the government and reputational harm.
This session will address the emergence of global cooperative efforts between and among regulators and the appropriate steps to be taken, and options to consider, by the company facing such a situation. Among other topics, this panel will discuss:
- Areas of high risk
- Multinational privilege issues
- International discovery questions and limitations
- Practical concerns in a multinational investigation
- How to minimize risk when confronted with a global enforcement action
We look forward to your participation!
If you have not already requested a copy of the handbook, please follow this link to register for a copy:
Date & Time
Thursday, October 24, 2013
8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Registration & Breakfast
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Program
New York, NY 10019
CLE credit is pending.
For additional information, please contact Annie Piggins at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 312 701 7746.
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