Global Anti-Corruption Compliance: Creating a Coordinated Framework for Multiple Jurisdictions

Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A

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Conducted on Thursday, December 19, 2013

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This CLE course will provide guidance for companies doing business outside the U.S. on how anti-corruption compliance programs can be adapted to meet the legal requirements in multiple jurisdictions.


Companies doing business or with operations in multiple countries are confronted with differing compliance and enforcement approaches to anti-corruption by U.S. and foreign governments. While the goals are often similar, each country’s unique cultural and government intricacies impact enforcement.

U.S. companies are at risk of employee conduct crossing into grey areas that violate anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws, as well as the FCPA. To ensure and monitor compliance with each jurisdiction’s requirements, counsel must understand recent global developments in government enforcement actions.

While meeting legal requirements in multiple jurisdictions, counsel must also be conscious of ways to improve cost effectiveness in monitoring and compliance programs.

Listen as our authoritative panel discusses current enforcement actions, examines the impact of recent developments as well as political and cultural considerations, and offers best practices on how compliance programs can be adapted to meet the legal requirements in multiple jurisdictions.



  1. Current enforcement actions
  2. Impact of recent developments
  3. Best practices—how compliance programs can be adapted to meet legal requirements for anti-corruption compliance in multiple jurisdictions


The panel will review these and other key questions:

  • How do recent developments impact anti-corruption compliance globally?
  • What policies should companies implement to minimize the risk of violation of anti-corruption laws in multiple jurisdictions?
  • What steps should counsel take to adapt compliance programs to comply with the anti-corruption requirements of multiple jurisdictions?

Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.


Amy L. Sommers
Amy L. Sommers

K&L Gates

Ms. Sommers focuses on advising on investment and operation in restricted sectors. She is a leading China-based...  |  Read More

Edward J. Fishman
Edward J. Fishman

K&L Gates

Mr. Fishman advises clients with respect to government and internal corporate investigations, corporate transactions,...  |  Read More

Elizabeth Robertson
Elizabeth Robertson

K&L Gates

Ms. Robertson regularly represents clients facing prosecution by the Serious Fraud Office and the Financial...  |  Read More

Kimberly Y. Chainey
Kimberly Y. Chainey
Associate General Counsel, International
Hershey Company

Ms. Chainey is responsible for leading Hershey’s legal support for its International Functions. Prior to her...  |  Read More

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