June 28 Webcast: The UK Bribery Act Turns One Year Old — Lessons Learned and Next Steps

On July 1, 2012, the UK Bribery Act will mark its one-year anniversary. Since going effective one year ago, the UK Bribery Act has had broad and significant consequences for companies in the UK, the U.S. and across the globe.

In this webcast, a panel of leading UK lawyers and professionals will discuss the UK Bribery Act after one year—what we now know, and what we can expect going forward. This webcast is a “must attend” for general counsel, ethics officers and compliance counsel of any business affected by the UK Bribery Act. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Vivian Robinson QC, former general counsel to the UK’s Serious Fraud Office and now a partner in McGuireWoods London; Barry Vitou, partner in Pinsent Masons LLP’s London office; Richard Kovalevsky QC, 2 Bedford Row; and Julian Glass, Managing Director, FTI Consulting answer your questions and address key topics, including:

  • The use of deferred prosecution agreements related to the UK Bribery Act;
  • Today’s best practices on “adequate procedures” and what the next phase of training, monitoring, and due diligence should include;
  • Clarification on issues such as gifts and hospitality, self-reporting, double-jeopardy, and extra-territoriality; and
  • Insights on UK Bribery Act investigations and activity that have been completed and that may be underway

This free, one hour webcast is scheduled for Thursday, June 28, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. Eastern. To attend, please register below.
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