April 7-8, 2014
Omni Austin Hotel Downtown • Austin, TX
What is it?
A two-day interactive meeting focusing on compliance program nuts & bolts, compliance investigations, global anticorruption regulations, cross-border data privacy issues, attorney-client privilege in the compliance context, and more.
Who Should Attend?
In-house counsel from small to medium-sized law departments and other experienced compliance professionals* who do not yet have a compliance program in place, or aim to make their existing program more robust.
What Will You Learn?
- How to structure and implement a compliance program, from beginning to end;
- How to conduct a compliance investigation and develop protocols;
- Global attorney-client privilege rules, including U.S. Professional Conduct Model Rules 1.6 and 1.13, and how they apply in the compliance context;
- How to present your case for an augmented compliance program to your CEO, complete with benchmarks, statistics, and questions you should be prepared to answer;
- The ins and outs of data privacy, specifically how it relates to the transfer of data across borders;
- Key provisions of the CFPOA, FCPA, UK Bribery Act, OECD, and Brazil’s anticorruption law, and their impact on global businesses; and
- The hottest compliance issues that are seeing greater enforcement now.
This program is eligible for CLE/CPD credits.
*Program applicants will be reviewed individually for eligibility to attend this meeting. To be eligible, individuals who are not lawyers or do not currently serve their organization as in-house counsel must clearly demonstrate compliance functions to be at least 50% of their workplace responsibilities. Proof of eligibility can include job descriptions, LinkedIn profiles, resumes, or other similar justification, and should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Non-sponsor outside counsel and legal service providers are not eligible to enroll as attendees (please contact Lucy Jones for sponsorship information). Eligibility determinations will be made at ACC's sole discretion.