What Compliance Executives Need to Know About Updating FCPA Clauses in Contraces for 2011

DUBLIN—(BUSINESS WIRE). Mar 16, 2011. Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/52b595/what_compliance_ex) has announced the addition of the “What Compliance Executives Need to Know About Updating FCPA Clauses in Contracts for 2011 – Making Sure Your Company is Protected from the Recent Flurry of DOJ Actions” audioconference to their offering.

In “What Compliance Executives Need to Know About Updating FCPA Clauses in Contracts for 2011,” ExecSense examines the most effective strategies used by leading compliance executives to update the language related to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) contractual terms. Take the 60 minutes to view this webinar (on your computer, mobile phone, iPad, Kindle or printed out) to learn the most important tips and techniques for updating FCPA contractual clauses so that you can make sure your company is protected from the recent flurry of DOJ actions in the year ahead.

Upon ordering, you will receive a link to download the webinar files for viewing on your computer, mobile phone, iPod, iPad, Kindle or printed out. The downloaded files will include the PowerPoint presentation, audio narration and jpeg images of the slides (for watching on your mobile media device). Take advantage of your next commute, flight, business trip, lunch, or free hour in your schedule to view this webinar.

The webinar is led by two experts on FCPA contract clauses and what compliance executives need to know, Nathan Muyskens and David Douglass, Partners at Shook, Hardy and Bacon LLP, and focuses on:

• Everything you need to know in 60 minutes to update the language related to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act contractual terms in order to protect your company from the recent flurry of DOJ actions

• A line-by-line look at an updated FCPA clause, including specific wording examples of representations that should be made (e.g., that in all undertakings the foreign business partner will make no payments of money, or anything of value, nor will such be offered, promised or paid, directly or indirectly, to any foreign officials, political parties, party officials, candidates for public or political party office, to influence the acts of such officials, political parties, party officials, or candidates in their official capacity), and compliance terms and conditions that should be included (e.g., indemnification, cooperation, material breach of contract, no sub-vendors, audit rights, acknowledgement, ongoing training, annual certification, requalification, etc.)

• The 10 questions being asked the most by compliance executives (and their CEOs and General Counsel) about how they should be updating FCPA clauses in contracts to avoid an enforcement action by the DOJ

• Case studies of other compliance executives that have successfully revised their FCPA clauses and avoided prosecution by the DOJ, what worked best for them, and important lessons learned for the year ahead

For more information: http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/52b595/what_compliance_ex