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Recent DOJ Pronouncements on Corporate Compliance Programs and Monitorships

Eric Feldman, CCEP-I Senior VP and Managing Director, Corporate Ethics and Compliance Programs, Affiliated Monitors Inc.
Brian Michael Partner, King & Spalding

• Updated guidance outlines three fundamental questions DOJ will ask when evaluating corporate compliance programs
• Follows on the heels of “Benczkowski Memo” clarifying when the appointment of corporate monitor may be appropriate
• Collectively provide clearer roadmap of key considerations for in-house counsel and compliance leaders


Operationalizing Compliance: Using Just-inTime Guidance to Reduce Organizational Risk

Harper Wells, CCEP Director, Compliance Insights & Strategy True Office Learning
Courtney Sander, CCEP Director of Operations & Implementation Lead, Broadcat

• Identifying your company’s risky tasks and behaviors
• Gaining buy-in: how to get the right stakeholders in the room to make compliance a built-in-activity
• Issuing guidance using job aids and checklists that you can build into business processes


Knowing What You Don’t Know: Questions Boards Should Be Asking

Mikhail Reider-Gordon, LL.M., CCEP Managing Director, Global Affairs Affiliated Monitors, Inc.

• Boards are held to a legal duty of care requiring directors to hold competences in ethics and technical skills.
• This program delves into the big questions your Board should be asking and examines management’s role in expanding their information horizons and prompting the right enquiries.
• Explore key questions around information technology and its benefits and risks in transforming business models; the effectiveness of risk management processes; identifying bias impeding innovation; engagement with stakeholders; and independently evaluating what isn’t yet known but should be.


The Nuts & Bolts of CCPA Compliance

Lisa Beth Lentini Walker CEO & Founder Lumen Worldwide Endeavors

• Leave the legalese at the door! This hands-on training gives you the information you need to know so that you can take practical steps towards compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act.
• Participate in series of worksheets and exercises to understand where you are, what you need to do, and the most effective way to do it – from whether the CCPA applies to your company, understanding the definition personal information, adequately training your employees is, and how to respond to consumer requests.
• Discuss the tough questions and explore answers to gray areas so you are ready for CCPA compliance on Day 1.


White Collar Criminals & Compliance: Lessons from Prison

Justin Paperny Author of Ethics in Motion. Lessons from Prison & Living Deliberately, Co-Founder of White-Collar Advice and Resilient Courses

• Discuss how making decisions from an ethical gray area can lead to financial devastation, loss of reputation and imprisonment.
• Discuss how companies can successfully implement a code of ethics.
• Understanding the fraud triangle—from the perspective of a convicted felon.

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Maximizing Your Personal Compliance Journey

Tedra Foster, JD, CCEP Sr. Director, Ethics and Compliance Herbalife Nutrition

• Continuously Sharpening the Saw: How to identify opportunities to continually educate yourself and stay aware of the latest changes in the field
• Maximizing your network for insight and guidance into new opportunities
• Discuss and share best practices on how to evolve and grow your brand and your career

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