By Doug Stupca
SCCE/HCCA Social Media Coordinator
The 2017 Compliance & Ethics Institute is now less than a month away. Here are a few more sessions previews that will help you get a better understanding of what speakers and sessions will work best for you!
How to Get More LinkedIn Views Than Roy Practical Tips for Improving Your LinkedIn Profile & Getting Employers to Seek You Out
Tuesday, October 17, 2017, 3:45 – 4:45 PM
Did you know that most people use LinkedIn at the wrong time?… When they’re desperate! Find out the correct way to set up your profile, how to grow your network and attract employers to you. Also learn tips on how to be a virtual superstar in your online job interviews and corporate web presentations, as well as other practical tips about how to brand yourself as the awesome professional you are.
- Brenda Manning, Privacy & Regulatory Affairs Director, University of Minnesota Physicians
Navigating IT Compliance: How Can Business and Legal Teams Collaborate to Achieve Joint Objectives?
Sunday, October 15, 2017, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Every day IT issues are in the news. Big data and artificial intelligence. The Internet of Things. Self-driving cars and self-navigating drones. Hacking of emails. Insisting on bitcoin ransom to free your hostage computer. Wiki-Leaks. Damaging materials released via social media. Need we go on? Now more than ever it is important for folks in IT, law and compliance to work together to achieve business objectives – and prevent disasters. We’ll discuss the issues everyone has been reading about and suggest ways to minimize the very scary risks.
- Theodore L. Banks, Partner-President, Scharf Banks Marmor LLC
- Martin Goulet, Senior Sales Engineer – GRC, ELM Solutions;
- Gene Stavrou, Associate Director Business Integrity, Mondelez International;
- Nancy Jessen, Senior Vice President, Legal Business Solutions, UnitedLex
From Bangkok to Bogota and Boston to Brussels, Global ABC and FCPA Benchmarks, Best Practices and Bootcamps – One Size Does Not Fit All
Monday, October 16, 2017, 4:30 – 5:30 PM
Tuesday, October 17, 2017, 2:30 – 3:30 PM
Together we will look at how different sized organizations allocate their budgets and resources, and calibrate risk on a global basis. What is the best way to communicate your code of conduct? How often should you conduct a risk assessment? We will share the ideas of in-house and outside counsel, CECOs and CCOs, as well as Audit and other ethics and compliance stakeholders.
As this is an open session, you will truly have an opportunity to engage a diverse spectrum of your compliance colleagues to find out what works best for them. I hope to see you in Las Vegas! To hear more, attend SCCE’s 16th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute in Chicago. Visit corporatecompliance.org/cei for more information.
- Jay Rosen, VP Business Development & Monitoring Specialist, Affiliated Monitors, Inc.
Preserving the Attorney-Client Privilege and Attorney Work Product Protection in Internal and Government Investigations
Monday, October 16, 2017, 4:30 – 5:30 PM
When companies conduct investigations that remain strictly internal, maintaining confidentiality is straightforward. But many investigations are conducted in cooperation with U.S. government regulators, which expect companies to share information learned during those investigations. In such situations, maintaining the attorney-client privilege and attorney work-product protection —especially against possible third-party litigants pursuing individual claims — can be challenging. Learn what is privileged; who is the client; what is work product; what can be shared; who can privileged or work product materials be shared with; and much more.
- Eric J. Gorman, Partner, Skadden Arps
- Lawrence Oliver, Chief Counsel, Investigations, The Boeing Company
Managing Trade Compliance Risks: Exports, Imports, Human Trafficking and Other Challenges
Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 8:00 – 9:30 AM
Has someone in your company decided trade compliance should now report up to the corporate compliance function? Are you terrified you are now being asked to manage a risk area you know nothing about? Do you feel like you don’t even know where to start? If this sounds familiar, this session is for you! This “crash course” will give you a solid understanding of trade compliance risks associated with exporting and importing including new emerging risks such as human trafficking. We will use case studies ripped from the headlines to learn about best practices and talk about free and low-cost resources for learning more!
- Gwendolyn Lee Hassan, Managing Counsel Global Compliance and Ethics, CNH Industrial
Five Months to a Fantastic Code of Conduct
Monday, October 16, 2017, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Is it time to rewrite your company Code of Conduct? Do you dread even starting because you’ve heard stories of a two-year struggle to get it done? Freddie Mac did in five months what others have taken years to accomplish… and with very little pain. Learn how you too can modernize your Code and make an impact on your company.
- Michael Levin, CCEP, Senior Director, Ethics & Business Practices, Freddie Mac
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