Seminar Focus: Meeting The Challenge Of Corporate Compliance

Monday, October 1, 2007 - 01:00

The firm of Eversheds LLP, working with two chapters of the Association of Corporate Counsel, has prepared a CLE seminar titled Meeting the Challenges of Corporate Compliance to be presented in two locations.

A program cosponsored by the New Jersey Corporate Counsel Association will take place on Wednesday, October 17 from, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Westminster Hotel, Livingston, NJ.

A program co-sponsored by the Greater New York Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel is scheduled for Thursday, October 18 from 8:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.

Additional cosponsors for each session are Ernst & Young and The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel.

Among the topics to be addressed at each program are: How Much Is Enough? Cost and Risk Trade-Offs of Global Compliance & Ethics Programs; Setting Priorities in Global Compliance; Anti-Corruption in Global Compliance Programs; Tools and Technology to Support Global Compliance & Ethics; Cooperating With Legal and Regulatory Enforcement Officials, and Industry Roundtables.

Speakers will include Jeffrey Carr, FMC Technologies; Gardner Coursen, Tyco Fire & Security; Tara Flanagan, Cisco Systems;, Tim Flanigan and Matthew Tanzer, Tyco International; John Gatlin, Nestle USA; Scott Gilbert, Marsh & McLennan; David Gray and Paul Smith, Eversheds; Daniel Kessler, Wyeth; Thomas Kim, Reuters; Ed Papantonio, Lehman Brothers; Tom Sabatino, Schering-Plough Corporation; Tom Sager, DuPont; James Sanislow, Chemtura Corporation, and Linda Winter, Armstrong World Industries.

There is no registration fee for either of the sessions.

For registration information, visit www.eversheds.com/globalcompliance or email globalcompliance@eversheds.com.