Practising Law Institute: The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and International Anti-Corruption Developments 2016

May 2-3, 2016 | New York, New York


  • PLI New York Center
    1177 Avenue of the Americas
    New York, New York 10036 Map

This program, taught by a faculty of leading practitioners, in-house counsel and government officials, will provide the background and tools needed to spot the anti-corruption issues early, develop workable risk management processes, plan internal investigations, and implement effective compliance programs. 

The program will cover:

  • the latest legal developments;
  • enforcement trends going forward: novel theories of liability and jurisdiction, targeted industries and international anti-corruption developments;
  • board, audit committee, and management responsibilities for anti-corruption programs and investigations;
  • practical tips and best practices for in-house counsel in dealing with critical FCPA issues; 
  • how to manage risk in various third-party relationships, corporate acquisitions and joint venture relationships;
  • how to take an anti-corruption compliance program to the next level; and
  • ethical issues.  

Special features include:

  • latest government views and comments;
  • hypothetical scenarios based on real-world challenges;
  • interactive polling; and
  • the ability to earn one hour of ethics credit.

WilmerHale Partner Kimberly Parker will moderate the panel "How to Deal with Difficult FCPA Issues," followed by the “Anti-Corruption Issues Facing Financial Institutions” discussion with Partner Jay Holtmeier as a featured speaker.