Global Compliance Forum Virtual Series

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    Virtual Series

    Join us for our three-part 2021 Global Compliance Forum Virtual Series that will discuss, in each weekly program, a key issue we believe will be important to your business and its management team, featuring thought-leading perspectives from industry leaders and practitioners.

    This complimentary virtual series will feature three individual sessions over the course of three weeks. Attend one or all of the sessions as you plan your compliance strategies for 2022 and beyond.

    Thursday, November 4, 2021
    Noon – 1 p.m. EDT

    2021 Enforcement Environment – Where to Focus Compliance Resources

    Members of the firm’s Government Investigations & White Collar Practice, in combination with EY and FRA, will share their expertise and experience related to the most pressing enforcement and regulatory issues in 2022, and provide tools and tips to mitigate against these enforcement trends. The panel includes:

    • Kathleen McGovern, a principal in Ernst & Young LLP’s (EY) Forensic & Integrity Services practice and former Senior Deputy Chief in the US Department of Justice (DOJ), Criminal Division, Fraud Section
    • Doel Kar, Director in FRA’s New York office and former in-house counsel and compliance officer at IBM
    • Ben Glassman, Partner in Squire Patton Boggs’ Cincinnati office and former US Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio
    • Gabe Colwell, Partner in Squire Patton Boggs’ Los Angeles office and former Special Assistant US Attorney for the District of Hawaii

    Moderated by Colin Jennings, Partner, Squire Patton Boggs, Cleveland.

    Thursday, November 11, 2021
    Noon – 1 p.m. EST
    Compliance’s Role in ESG

    The last few years have seen global developments (Occupy Wall Street, #MeToo, Black Lives Matter and climate change activism) that have given rise to increased demands in accountability and transparency across virtually all sections of society. This demand for accountability and transparency extends to societal expectations on supply chain integrity involving environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.

    In this session, our team will discuss compliance’s role in ESG and will discuss best practices for effective compliance programs that support businesses in identifying and managing their ESG risks.

    The panel will include:

    • Michele Abraham, Senior Director – Ethics & Compliance, Associate General Counsel at Cooper Standard
    • Jonathan Chibafa, former senior compliance roles at a FTSE 100 retailer and a multinational pharmaceutical company
    • Jose Martin, former senior compliance roles at Starwood Hotels, Pentair Corp and Tyco International
    • Breck Weigel, former chief compliance officer and deputy general counsel at GE Aviation
    Thursday, November 18, 2021
    Noon – 1 p.m. EST

    Compliance Officer Roundtable – Best Practices and Areas of Focus

    For this session, we have convened a panel of compliance leaders to discuss how they identify and mitigate compliance challenges. We will also discuss the evolving best practices and the emerging areas of compliance focus.

    Topics will include:

    • Effective compliance program structure and operations
    • Compliance best practices, including risk assessments and mitigation efforts
    • Areas of emerging compliance focus

    The panel will include:

    • Angela Carter, Director of Global Compliance at Owens Corning
    • William Borders, Chief Compliance Officer at Invenergy LLC
    • Scott Flynn, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at ABM Industries
    • Joseph Rodgers, Senior Vice President, Global Ethics and Compliance at Eaton

    Moderated by Colin Jennings, Partner, Squire Patton Boggs, Cleveland.

     

    Each program is pending CLE in AZ, CA, FL, NJ, NY, OH and TX. If you require another jurisdiction, please contact Robin Hallagan.