Willkie partners Martin Weinstein and Peter Burrell will present at this annual gathering for the global anti-corruption community on December 1 and 2.
The 38th International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act will take place December 1 and 2. Willkie’s Martin Weinstein, Chair of the firm’s Compliance, Investigations & Enforcement Practice Group, and Peter Burrell, head of Willkie’s Litigation, Compliance, Investigations & Enforcement and White Collar Defense Practice Groups in London, will be among the speakers at this annual gathering, which is hosted by the American Conference Institute and is the flagship event for the global anti-corruption community.
On December 1 at 11:45 am EST, Martin will moderate the International Risk Series panel “Part II: The Practice Behind the Policies: Companies That Made Their Policies Public Share the Realities of Implementation.” In this session, companies that have made their policies public will discuss the rationales for the development of their processes and procedures, the realities affecting policy implementation, increased whistleblower activity and recent DOJ policy changes. The panelists include senior representatives from Alcoa, The Coca-Cola Company and Microsoft.
At 5 pm EST, Peter will moderate the breakout session “What’s Missing in Your Internal Investigations Program? The Latest Takeaways for In-Person and Remote—and the Unexpected Pitfalls.” Thought leaders will speak candidly about their new day-to-day “normal” in the wake of COVID-19, and outline the pitfalls to avoid, whether in-person or remote.
This year’s conference will take place at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Washington, DC. Both in-person attendance and livestream options are available.
For more information on the complete agenda and the event, including how to register, please click here.