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FCPA Compliance For Life Sciences Companies 2018

Mon, June 18 - Tue, June 19, 2018 New York, New York
New York, New York United States

About FCPA Compliance For Life Sciences Companies 2018

FCPA COMPLIANCE FOR LIFE SCIENCES COMPANIES, NEW YORK, JUNE 18-19, 2018

Attend the Go-To Event for FCPA & Anti-Corruption in the Life Sciences Industry. The USD half-billion FCPA settlement of a pharmaceutical giant multinational at the end of 2016 testifies to U.S. authorities’ continued focus on the life sciences industry.

Designed for senior decision-makers in the fields of anti-corruption, compliance and risk management across the life sciences industry, ACI’s 11th Advanced Forum on FCPA & Anti-Corruption in the Life Sciences Industry provides for its prominent speaker faculty and attendees the ideal forum for networking, sharing experiences of cutting-edge risk mitigation strategies and compliance programs, and exploring the challenges of doing business on a global scale.

About FCPA Compliance Life Sciences Companies 2017

FCPA COMPLIANCE LIFE SCIENCES COMPANIES, NEW YORK, JUNE 26-28, 2017

What is this event?

ACI’s 11th Advanced Forum on FCPA & Anti-Corruption in the Life Sciences Industry will benefit you as a gathering of senior decision-makers in the fields of anti-corruption, compliance and risk management.

The event provides for its prominent speaker faculty and attendees the ideal forum for networking, sharing experiences of cutting-edge risk mitigation strategies and compliance programs, and exploring the challenges of doing business on a global scale.

The USD half-billion FCPA settlement with a pharmaceutical giant multinational at the end of 2016 testifies to U.S. authorities’ continued focus on the life sciences industry in its pursuit of global anti-corruption violations.

Where is this event located?

This event is located at Park Lane Hotel, 36 Central Park S, New York, USA.

Who should attend this event?

This event is designed for Pharmaceutical, Biotech, CRO and Medical Device Professionals responsible for:

  • FCPA and Anti-Corruption
  • International Trade and Regulation
  • Global Compliance and Training
  • Legal & Regulatory Affairs and Enforcement
  • Internal Audits and Investigations
  • Ethics and Compliance

Law Firm Counsel practicing in:

  • FCPA and Anti-Corruption
  • Government Investigations
  • White Collar Crime
  • International Trade and Regulation
  • Life Sciences

What are some highlights of this event?

Some highlights of this event are as follows:

  • Think tank on where we stand and what we know about FCPA enforcement in the life sciences industry: six months into the trump administration
  • When relationship building with HCPs “crosses the line” and might turn into an FCPA violation – the top 5 risks and pitfalls
  • How to effectively manage auditing and due diligence of high risk third parties: a special focus on global vendors and distributors
  • A practical debate on the value of iso 37001 and other compliance certifications: weighing the pros and cons in the life sciences context
  • Special focus on section 13 of the fcpa: why “gatekeepers” of the internal controls provisions are under increased scrutiny and what to watch out for
  • How companies can turn the page and move on after a scandal: a focus on corporate culture and restoration of confidence
  • FCPA compliance lab when “giving-for-free” becomes a bribe: samples, disposable medical items, certain capital goods
  • Strategic insights when conducting due diligence and integrating compliance programs: spotlight on M&A and JV
  • Countdown to the general data protection regulation (gdpr) and other privacy legislation: how it will affect compliance, investigations and third party screening, and how life sciences companies should prepare
  • FCPA compliance LAB teetering on the edge of legality and ethics: how to minimize the most common risks with physician-owned distributors (PODs)
  • Prosecutor alumni panel: what’s next? How has the risk map changed? – How life sciences companies should determine where and how much to invest in anti-corruption compliance
  • The anatomy of a corruption investigation in china: what recent cases reveal about the greatest risks
  • Leveraging technology innovations to enhance your corporate compliance program and initiatives… and make your employees actually want to participate

Speakers:

  • Chris Allen
  • Matthew S. Axelrod
  • Michael Bernstein
  • Zachary N. Coseglia
  • Gary DiBianco
  • Nathan Bush
  • S. Joy Dowdle
  • Michael Dusseau
  • Nathaniel B. Edmonds
  • Mark Filip P.C.
  • James A. Garrett
  • Beth Janeway Hallyburton
  • Markus Hartmann
  • Jason A. Jones
  • Kristin Graham Koehler
  • Andrew Levine
  • K. Lesli Ligorner
  • James P. Loonam
  • Sara M. Lord
  • Barry McCoy
  • Joseph V. Moreno
  • Sandra Moser
  • Daniel J. Moynihan
  • Steve Nickelsburg
  • Kimberly A. Parker
  • Mihai G. Popa
  • Ryan Rohlfsen

Why should I attend this event?

Through this event you will know:

  • FCPA compliance challenges facing the life sciences industry. 
  • Compliance best practices.
  • What companies should do when an investigation is opened. 

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