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How to Promote Compliance within Your Organization

Kathy O’Toole Senior Counsel – Global Compliance & Safety, McDonald’s Corporation
Elizabeth Sheyn Brown Senior Counsel, Compliance & Employment, Groupon, Inc.

• Discuss strategies for promoting compliance within organizations, including leveraging internal resources and tailoring approaches based on company size, budget, and risk
• Cover specific engagement methods, such as compliance activities and events, communications, and training initiatives
• Review innovative and cutting-edge training and engagement strategies


The Role of Boards and Board Members in Ethics and Compliance Programs: When They Succeed and Fail

Jan Stern Reed Corporate Board Member Angiodynamics, Inc.,
Doug Cornelius Chief Compliance Officer Beacon Capital Partners
Ted Banks Partner-President, Scharf Banks Marmor LLC—Compliance & Competition

• Where was the board in any of the recentlypublicized compliance failures?
• How can a compliance department implement a board-level program?
• What should be done with a privately-held company?

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This is Not Your Father’s Oldsmobile Compliance Program

Marsha Ershaghi-Hames Managing Director, Strategy & Development, LRN
Shawn Rogers Lead Counsel, Compliance Training and Communications, General Motors

A spotlight conversation with General Motors’ Shawn Rogers
• The Road Ahead—Putting the past in the rearview, and steering into the high-tech age
• Shifting Gears—Navigating the program in dynamic risk conditions
• Tuning the Engine—Overhauling training to fuel dialogue, inclusivity, and corporate culture


GDPR and Cybersecurity

John E. Black, Jr. Executive Principal Skarzynski Black LLC
David P. Saunders Partner Jenner & Block LLP

• An overview of the requirements of GDPR along with a survey of the recent penalties/fines that have been issued and the practical and insurance impacts of GDPR and cyber incident fines/costs/penalties.
• An overview of the California Consumer Protection Act, including how it compares to GDPR and how companies should be preparing for it
• Tips as to simple administrative steps that companies can take to strengthen their cybersecurity defenses


#MeToo and Whistleblowing —Identifying and Minimizing the Risks

Steven J. Pearlman Partner Proskauer

• #MeToo: Trends, and the risks; Implementing a rapid response protocol; Solutions involving the board, audit committee, compliance, legal and human resources
• Whistleblowing: Trends under Sarbanes-Oxley, the Dodd-Frank Act and other laws; Key claims and defenses; “Pre-taliation”; Preventative solutions


Ethics, Compliance and CSR – Where Does your Ethics and Compliance Program Fit into Your Organization?

Gretchen A. Winter, JD Professor and Executive Director Gies College of Business, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Roger Zellner Owner Rogue Zebra Consulting & Coaching

• What you call your program matters—a review of the choices and implications
• Dealing with the internal politics that challenge corporate responsibility and effective ethics and compliance programs
• How to use CSR and corporate communications to support ethics and compliance

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