Course ID: DV10152012
Credits: 3.5 MCLE Credits
3.5 MCLE Credits: 3.5 Skills Non-transitional
NYCLA’s Anti-Trust and Trade regulation Committee
American Bar Association’s Section of International Law
Ethan E. Litwin, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Sandra L. Bell, Executive Director for Regulations & Rulings, Office of International Trade, U.S. Customs and Border Protection; Sanjay Bhandari, Ernst & Young; Yves Botteman, Steptoe & Johnson LLP; William H. Efron, Regional Director, Federal Trade Commission; Christoph Feddersen, United Technologies; Philipp Girardet, SJ Berwin LLP; Leon Hayward, Director, Pharmaceuticals Center, Assistant Director, Trade & Cargo Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection; Simon Holmes, SJ Berwin LLP; Paul Hughes, Steptoe & Johnson LLP; Christina Hummer, Saxinger, Chalupsky & Partners Rechtsanwälte GmbH; Mark C. Katz,Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP; Ethan E. Litwin,Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP; Steve Mack, Assistant Field Director, New York Regulatory Audit Field Office, U.S. Customs and Border Protection; Sarah H. McConnell, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of ABM Industries; Fiona A. Schaeffer, Jones Day; Eric Trudel, Manager, Verification Unit, Tariff, Origin and Valuation Division, Canada Border Services Agency; Christa C. Wessel, Chief Legal Officer McCain Foods Limited; John F. Wood, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Regulators across the globe are increasingly targeting conduct that occurred outside of their home jurisdiction, but which affect their domestic economies. Companies must therefore protect themselves against violations of a wide range of laws and regulations across multiple jurisdictions. Once an investigation is launched, corporate counsel will need to effectively coordinate the company’s response to multiple regulators across the globe, who are often sharing the fruits of their investigation with each other. If a violation is uncovered, counsel must quickly adopt strategies for minimizing the impact on the company’s business, while at the same time coordinate responses to often conflicting sets of requests from multiple regulators. Cross-border investigations are moving at an increasingly frenetic pace and the challenge of assessing, preempting and addressing compliance issues is becoming increasingly more difficult.
Original Tape Date: October 15, 2012
All Programs include: (1) Affirmation and (1) DVD/CD packet.
To receive CLE credit for program on DVD/CD: DVD/CDs
are embedded with CLE codes that you must copy onto a supplied
affirmation sheet. Return the signed and dated affirmation to the NYCLA
CLE Institute to be issued a CLE certificate. We recommend that you watch/listen to DVD/CDs as soon as possible. We can only issue CLE credit if the law is still current. The date of your signed affirmation will determine the date of your CLE certificate.
Course Materials: DVDs
have a PDF file of the course materials on the DVD itself. CD orders
will come with a separate CD with a PDF file of the course materials.
Written materials provided only upon request.