Cross-Border Investigations: Policy, Enforcement, and Compliance (Part 2)

Presenters:

Claudius Sokenu Marathon Petroleum Corporation, Deputy General Counsel, Global Head of Litigation, and Global Head of Ethics and Compliance

Kevin Harnisch Norton Rose Fulbright, Partner

Carlos Rainer Norton Rose Fulbright, Partner

Kimberly Caine Norton Rose Fulbright, Senior Counsel

Categories:

Regulatory Compliance

Antitrust

Government Investigations

Program Level: Intermediate

Duration: 60 minutes

Delivery Date: November 6, 2018

Release Date: June 13, 2019

Program Description

In part two of this program, presenters continue to discuss the nuts and bolts of managing a cross-border investigation, including what it means to fully cooperate, how to evaluate whether to self-disclose, and when to conclude an investigation. Presenters also discuss how the compliance function has evolved, the tangible benefits of investing in a robust compliance program, best practices for developing and implementing a compliance program, how to evaluate the sufficiency of due diligence, what it means to have an effective tone at the top, and lessons learned from recent enforcement actions.

Learning Objectives

Understand key policy, enforcement, and compliance considerations relating to cross-border investigations.

Agenda

– Intro
– Nuts and bolts of managing a cross-border investigation
– Compliance “do’s and don’ts” and best practices
– Closing remarks

CLE Info

This program is currently available for general credit in the following states:

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Presenters:

Claudius Sokenu
Deputy General Counsel, Global Head of Litigation, and Global Head of Ethics and Compliance, Marathon Petroleum Corporation

Kevin Harnisch
Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright

Carlos Rainer
Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright

Kimberly Caine
Senior Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright

Categories:

Regulatory Compliance

Antitrust

Government Investigations

Program Level: Intermediate

Duration: 60 minutes

Delivery Date: November 6, 2018

Release Date: June 13, 2019