ICCA Miami 2014
Date: April 6-9, 2014
Location: Miami, FL
Overview: ICCA’s biennial Congress continues to be the highlight of the international arbitration calendar. The Miami Program offers a variety of topics based on the theme of "Legitimacy: Myths, Realities, Challenges" of international arbitration, all of which will be addressed by preeminent practitioners, scholars and judges.
4th annual Dow Jones Global Compliance Symposium
Date: April 22-23, 2014
Location: Washington, D.C.
Overview: During the two-day conference, participants will gain expert insight on winning strategies for ethics and governance leadership; the reality of complying with global regulations such as the FCPA and whistleblower provisions; anti-corruption regulations in emerging markets; and much more.
Date: April 27-30, 2014
Location: Denver, CO
Overview: This conference offers three days of presentations by leading experts who will share their expertise on trends and business strategies in the areas of claims management, enterprise risk management, insurance, legal legislation, strategic risk management and much more. Learn more
ACI - Latin America Summit on Anti-Corruption
Date: May 14-15, 2014
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Overview: The highly rated 4th Latin America Summit on Anti-Corruption will bring together leading anti-corruption industry experts and counsel in Latin America for unparalleled networking and benchmarking opportunities.
ACI FCPA NY
Date: May 19-20, 2014
Location: New York, NY
Overview: ACI's Annual New York conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act to include timely topics, new speakers and audience polling to get a pulse from industry on key issues including, how companies manage fraud and corruption risks in mergers and acquisitions, and how to prevent common missteps when gathering and preserving data during a global investigation.
ACI FCPA Risks for Private Equity and Hedge Funds
Date: May 21, 2014
Location: New York, NY
Overview: American Conference Institute's new one day program will discuss how investment management firms can strengthen their compliance programs to avoid a FCPA violation. Discuss the critical issues where you are vulnerable.
C5 Anti-Corruption West Africa
Date: June 10 - 11, 2014
Location: Accra, Ghana
Overview: Join us for the Third Forum on Anti-Corruption in Accra and take part in the region’s only event that addresses your company’s local bribery risks and provides a detailed look at the anti-bribery landscape in West African countries
ACI Global Export Controls
Date: June 12-13, 2014
Location: Washington, D.C.
Overview: Ensure you are up-to-speed on all developments across the U.S. and EU regulatory and enforcement landscapes.
ACI FCPA Boot Camp Chicago
Date: June 24-25, 2014
Location: Chicago, IL
Overview: Hear from expert legal counsel, accountants and compliance officers from companies across industries as they provide you with proven FCPA compliance practices to confront the global enforcement challenges that lie ahead.
ACI FCPA High Risk Markets
Date: Jul 15 - 16, 2014
Location: Washington, D.C.
Overview: American Conference Institute’s 5th Global Forum on Anti-Corruption in High Risk Markets is designed to provide practical, country-specific guidance on monitoring third party anti-corruption compliance, conducting effective risk assessments, what pending legislation in BRIC countries could affect your global operations, understanding the complexities of data privacy protections, and keeping employees in high risk markets engaged in your anti-corruption compliance program.
Protection from Trade Secret Theft
Date: April 3, 2014
Time: 12:00 pm EDT - 1:00 pm EDT
Overview: Pamela Passman of the Center for Responsible Enterprise and Trade (CREATe.org) and George Prokop of PwC discuss insights from a new report – Economic Impact of Trade Secret Misappropriation: A Framework for Private Sector Organizations to Safeguard Trade Secrets and Mitigate Potential Threats.
Webcast replay available now - FCPA Declinations: What you need to know when things go wrong
Overview: As Murphy's Law suggests "anything that can go wrong, will go wrong." In the context of FCPA, despite a company's earnest compliance efforts, it is possible that a rogue employee or business partner operating in an emerging market offers a bribe to a foreign government official. Join us on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET for an engaging discussion on what companies should consider doing when things go unexpectedly wrong and they find themselves in such a predicament and potentially before US regulators. Our panel members will provide insight on the expectations of US regulators as well as the most effective defense strategies for obtaining a declination.
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Webcast replay available now - Preservation Approaches: Any Way You Want It
Overview: There are three primary ways to preserve data in response to e-discovery obligations: self preservation, in-place preservation and preservation through data collection. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach, organizations typically employ one or more approaches depending on the nature of the case, defensibility requirements and available resources.
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Middle East Summit on Anti-Corruption
Date: February 24 - 25, 2014
Overview: The 5th Middle East Summit on Anti-Corruption will focus on the region and provide insight on the anti-bribery landscape in countries including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Qatar, Iraq and other jurisdictions crucial to operations in the Middle East.
Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Legal & Compliance Forum
Date: March 24-25, 2014
Location: Alexandria, VA
Overview: Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Legal Forum will provide attendees with an opportunity to participate in a two-day program that will cover a wide spectrum of the important legal considerations faced by today’s marketplace. With topics focusing on Litigation, IP/Patent Protection as well as Corporate Legal, attendees will have ample opportunity to discuss the myriad challenges faced by these highly regulated industries.
ACI Mexico Summit on Anti-Corruption
Date: March 25-26, 2014
Location: Mexico City
Overview: This new Summit on Mexico Anti-Corruption will bring together leading anti-corruption industry experts and counsel for unparalleled networking and benchmarking opportunities.
FCPA Boot Camp
Date: January 22 - 23, 2014
Overview: The Houston FCPA Boot Camp will provide practical strategies and best practices for addressing high risk areas for enforcement across global business operations.
Economic Sanctions Boot Camp
Date: December 04 - 05, 2013
Location: New York City
Overview: American Conference Institute’s Economic Sanctions Boot Camp is designed to focus on how to comply with U.S. economic sanctions laws and regulations, and implement a global sanctions compliance program. Diverse speaker line-up of senior industry executives, government officials and outside counsel will provide comprehensive set of tools for minimizing unprecedented enforcement risks.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Date: November 18 - 21, 2013
Location: Washington DC
Overview: ACI's 30th International Conference on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act brings together the industry, policy-makers, and influencers on international issues and best practices in managing anti-corruption risk and responding effectively.
ICC- International Arbitration in Latin America
Date: November 11-13, 2012
Overview: ICC’s annual Miami conference is a key forum for understanding international commercial arbitration in Latin America.
ARMA Live Conference and Expo 2013
Date: October 28-30, 2013
Location: Las Vegas
Overview: This premier event on Information Governance offers comprehensive educational and networking experience.
NCMA World Congress 2013
Date: July 21-24, 2013
Location: Nashville, TN
Overview: World Congress 2013 focuses on the collaborative, customizable training to help prepare everyone in the contracting profession for today's dynamic environment.
ACI's Anti-Corruption Compliance in High Risk Markets
Date: July 22-24, 2013
Location: Washington, DC
Overview: American Conference Institute's 4th Global Forum on Anti-Corruption Compliance in High Risk Markets is designed to provide practical, country-specific guidance on screening third-parties, preventing gifts and entertainment pitfalls, working with joint venture partners, conducting internal investigations and other critical anti-bribery issues.
ACI Global Export Controls Compliance
Date: May 15-16, 2013
Location: Arlington, VA
Overview: The 2013 flagship program has been fully updated to help prepare your organization to address emerging global export compliance challenges.Special focus includes reform initiatives and implementation strategies, tech transfers challenges, and how to strengthen internal compliance procedures
ACI's 16th Chicago Boot Camp
Date: June 19-20, 2013
Location: Chicago, IL
Overview: FCPA enforcement is here to stay. Attend ACI’s Chicago FCPA Boot Camp and hear from expert legal counsel, accountants and compliance officers from companies across industries as they provide you with proven FCPA compliance practices to confront the global enforcement challenges that lie ahead.
ACI’s 3rd Latin America Summit on Anti-Corruption
Date: June 24, 25, 2013
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Overview: This conference is designed to bring peers together from a wide variety of industry sectors, including Life Sciences, Oil & Gas, Finance, Telecoms, Manufacturing, Automotive and Consumer Goods to share best practices and discuss the latest anti-corruption compliance issues in the region.
Accounting, tax and risk considerations in IP Litigation
Date: Thursday, February 13, 2014
Time: 1:00 pm ET
Overview: Join us on Thursday, February 13 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET for a panel discussion on accounting, tax and risk considerations in IP litigation.
Webcast - 2012 Securities litigation study- Sponsored by PwC Forensic Services Practice & Alumni Network
Date: May 22, 2013
Time: 1-2 pm EST
Overview: Join us for a discussion on the 2012 Securities Litigation Study. During the webcast, we will explore new directions in litigation, enforcement, and regulation. We have a fresh and vibrant agenda focused on what the current empirical data tells us and what new wrinkles are being observed through the latest decisions and settlements. Additionally, the webcast will provide a concise, complete picture of the issues the SEC is focusing on in 2013.
Information Risk Management: Aligning Records, Privacy, Cyber & eDiscovery
Webcast replay available now Overview: Information is an organization’s most valuable asset. However, the more data an organization retains, the less its value as it becomes increasingly time-consuming to manage, more difficult to quickly access when necessary, and higher risk as a part of a growing corpus of discoverable data. Managing so much information can also take focus away from protecting the most important information assets.
Borderless Compliance: A Chief Compliance Officer-centric Approach to Managing Corporate Compliance Programs
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Overview: Today's global regulatory and fast-paced business environments transcend geographical and institutional borders and present new compliance challenges for companies seeking sustainable growth in unfamiliar regions and new markets. To overcome these challenges and take advantage of new opportunities, your company needs a borderless compliance strategy - a corporate compliance strategy that applies to the most stringent applicable standards and is well integrated into a company's global business operations - to be able to successfully anticipate and proactively manage compliance risk, regardless of location or jurisdiction. Integrating the concept of borderless compliance into your company's operations and growth plan can allow the business to reach its growth potential while mitigating the risks that these compliance challenges present.
CPE eligible self-study webcast - Trends in Securities Litigation & Enforcement - Sponsored by PwC Forensic Services practice & Alumni
Overview: This is a CPE eligible, on demand version of the live course which originally aired October 11, 2012. A discussion on trends in securities litigation and enforcement through the third quarter of this year. Our panel of experts illustrate the latest trends including the importance of whistleblowers and the company’s response to allegations, the continued focus on international operations and the possible return accounting fraud related litigation.
CPE eligible self-study webcast - The New World of Cybercrime - Sponsored by PwC Forensic Services practice & Alumni
Overview: This is a CPE eligible, on demand version of the live course which originally aired February 21, 2012. Our panel of experts review the recent SEC Cyber Risk Disclosure Guidance, discuss evaluating cyber risk and responding to cyber incidents, and highlight information available to better understand company specific cyber threats.
The New FCPA Resource Guide: Live Webcast
Overview: In November 2012, the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission combined to publish A Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The Guide addresses a wide variety of topics, including who and what is covered by the FCPA’s anti-bribery and accounting provisions; the hallmarks of an effective corporate compliance program; and the different types of civil and criminal resolutions available.
The 130-page guide delivers a lot of value by codifying many issues already understood by FCPA practitioners. The Guide also provides new guidance in two areas: Books & Records and M&A Due Diligence. In this webcast, experts from PwC will discuss how to ensure proper books and records (and internal controls) as part of an effective compliance program. The webcast will also focus on ensuring your due diligence program is set up to mitigate FCPA risk.
Where is your data management initiative taking you?
Overview: In the world of technology, there is always a race to introduce the latest and greatest features, and the world of information governance is no exception. But, all of the features in the world can’t fix the problem if the foundation wasn’t optimal to begin with?
There’s good reason that “garbage in, garbage out” has long been a ubiquitous phrase in the interpretation of statistics: it doesn’t matter how nicely the results turn out if the measurements you started with are flawed. There isn’t a place where the phrase rings truer than in the worlds of information governance and eDiscovery.
Pocket MBA 2012 - Live Webcast
Overview: An understanding of key accounting, financial and economic concepts, principles and terminology will contribute to your ability to interact with and advise your clients with their critical issues. The ability to identify and appropriately use financial and accounting information is relevant to a wide range of legal and regulatory matters for both external and in-house attorneys. Litigators and transactional attorneys alike will benefit from this practical course designed specifically for the non-accountant attorney and taught by members of the nation’s top accounting, tax and advisory firms, major alternative asset managers and investment banks and leading law firms.
Deals webcast series: Targeting the global emerging middle class with your M&A strategy - Webcast replay available now
Overview: Businesses who have sought growth in emerging markets have traditionally focused on targeting potential consumers in the middle and upper middle income tiers. However, the emerging middle class is a class of citizens and consumers defining a critical growth horizon for companies over the coming decade, currently representing 2.3 billion people globally. They are found largely in countries like India, China, Indonesia, parts of Africa and Latin America. Companies seeking growth cannot afford to ignore the opportunity offered by this Global Emerging Middle (GEM) market. But while the segment itself is experiencing sharp growth, companies entering the market often find that profitable growth can prove elusive.
What does Dodd-Frank Section 1502 mean for you? -- Webcast replay available now
Overview: This webcast is based on the SEC's final rule on conflict minerals, issued August 22, 2012, pursuant to Dodd-Frank Section 1502. We will address the rule itself, how it will affect companies and how they should respond.
On August 22, the SEC issued a final rule on conflict minerals pursuant to Dodd-Frank Section 1502. The rule describes the due diligence and reporting requirements for issuers whose products contain conflict minerals. These minerals – tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold – are used in a wide range of products across numerous industries, and some estimates suggest that at least half of all SEC issuers will be impacted by this rule. In addition, a large number of private companies within issuers' supply chains are likely to feel the pressures of reporting and due diligence as well. Significant reporting and operational changes may be required. On this webcast, panelists from PwC's Assurance and Consulting practices will lead a discussion addressing the rule, its impact, and what companies should be doing now.
The New World of Cybercrime and Cyber Risk
PwC's 2011 Global Economic Crime Survey Webcast - Fraud is on the rise
Alumni webcast series: The New Era of Reform: SEC Update & Overview
Intermediary Due Diligence Drivers and Mitigating Intermediary Risk Through Compliance
Cyber Security Best Practices for Banking and Financial Sectors in 2011
Investment Opportunities in Russia: Overcoming Challenges and Mitigating Risks