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Anti-Bribery and Corruption Compliance: Coping With The Onslaught [Toronto]

John Boscariol, Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Recent developments under the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA) have caught the attention of management and boards of companies across Canada that are now moving quickly to address their growing exposure under the anti-corruption regimes of Canada and other countries. Despite the initial lull in enforcement, Canadian authorities are starting to establish a track record of corporate convictions and multi-million dollar penalties. The recent conviction and three-year sentence handed down to Canadian businessman Nazir Karigar have also put executives on notice that they too will face the harsh consequences of violating the CFPOA. Further, recent amendments to the CFPOA have significantly broadened its scope and provide new enforcement opportunities for the RCMP who are already investigating dozens of targets for anti-bribery offences. On top of all this, many Canadian companies have to contend with anti-corruption measures under the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act, and other foreign regimes. What’s clear at this point is that compliance is no longer an option but rather a necessity to protect the core value of your company. To help make sense of an increasingly complex enforcement and compliance environment, this course will provide an overview of the latest developments in Canada, the United States and other jurisdictions, deliver practical and effective solutions for the challenges facing Canadian companies in this area, and include insightful perspectives from both the RCMP and a Canadian company that has been in the spotlight as a target of CFPOA enforcement. more ...

Date: December 11, 2014
Time: 09:00 - 16:45
$1195.00
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Compliance: Coping With The Onslaught [Webinar]

John Boscariol, Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Recent developments under the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA) have caught the attention of management and boards of companies across Canada that are now moving quickly to address their growing exposure under the anti-corruption regimes of Canada and other countries. Despite the initial lull in enforcement, Canadian authorities are starting to establish a track record of corporate convictions and multi-million dollar penalties. The recent conviction and three-year sentence handed down to Canadian businessman Nazir Karigar have also put executives on notice that they too will face the harsh consequences of violating the CFPOA. Further, recent amendments to the CFPOA have significantly broadened its scope and provide new enforcement opportunities for the RCMP who are already investigating dozens of targets for anti-bribery offences. On top of all this, many Canadian companies have to contend with anti-corruption measures under the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act, and other foreign regimes. What’s clear at this point is that compliance is no longer an option but rather a necessity to protect the core value of your company. To help make sense of an increasingly complex enforcement and compliance environment, this course will provide an overview of the latest developments in Canada, the United States and other jurisdictions, deliver practical and effective solutions for the challenges facing Canadian companies in this area, and include insightful perspectives from both the RCMP and a Canadian company that has been in the spotlight as a target of CFPOA enforcement. more ...

Date: December 11, 2014
Time: 09:00 - 16:45
$995.00
6th Annual Aboriginal Law: Consultation and Other Emerging Issues [Toronto]

Thomas Isaac, Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

The landscape of aboriginal law has evolved at a considerate pace in the last twenty years in Canada. With it comes the need to better understand Aboriginal legal matters and interactions with Aboriginal groups within industry and project developments across the country. This presentation, led by Thomas Isaac, highlights various aspects of current Aboriginal legal matters such as Aboriginal and Consultation Law, Best Practices for Proponents, Anti-Corruption Legislation and Benefits Agreements, Government Consultation Policy, Métis Rights and Legal Issues, the Intersection of Aboriginal Consultation and Environmental Assessment in Canada and Managing Aboriginal-Related Litigation. This course is aimed at Industry, Government Executives and Corporate Counsel whom wish to grasp the dynamics of the changing legal and policy concerns relating to Aboriginal law and interactions with Aboriginal groups more ...

Date: December 09, 2014
Time: 08:30 - 16:30
$1195.00
6th Annual Aboriginal Law: Consultation and Other Emerging Issues [Webinar]

Thomas Isaac, Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

The landscape of aboriginal law has evolved at a considerate pace in the last twenty years in Canada. With it comes the need to better understand Aboriginal legal matters and interactions with Aboriginal groups within industry and project developments across the country. This presentation, led by Thomas Isaac, highlights various aspects of current Aboriginal legal matters such as Aboriginal and Consultation Law, Best Practices for Proponents, Anti-Corruption Legislation and Benefits Agreements, Government Consultation Policy, Métis Rights and Legal Issues, the Intersection of Aboriginal Consultation and Environmental Assessment in Canada and Managing Aboriginal-Related Litigation. This course is aimed at Industry, Government Executives and Corporate Counsel whom wish to grasp the dynamics of the changing legal and policy concerns relating to Aboriginal law and interactions with Aboriginal groups. more ...

Date: December 09, 2014
Time: 08:30 - 16:30
$995.00
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Compliance: Coping With The Onslaught [Calgary]

John Boscariol, Partner, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Recent developments under the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA) have caught the attention of management and boards of companies across Canada that are now moving quickly to address their growing exposure under the anti-corruption regimes of Canada and other countries. Despite the initial lull in enforcement, Canadian authorities are starting to establish a track record of corporate convictions and multi-million dollar penalties. The recent conviction and three-year sentence handed down to Canadian businessman Nazir Karigar have also put executives on notice that they too will face the harsh consequences of violating the CFPOA. Further, recent amendments to the CFPOA have significantly broadened its scope and provide new enforcement opportunities for the RCMP who are already investigating dozens of targets for anti-bribery offences. On top of all this, many Canadian companies have to contend with anti-corruption measures under the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act, and other foreign regimes. What’s clear at this point is that compliance is no longer an option but rather a necessity to protect the core value of your company. To help make sense of an increasingly complex enforcement and compliance environment, this course will provide an overview of the latest developments in Canada, the United States and other jurisdictions, deliver practical and effective solutions for the challenges facing Canadian companies in this area, and include insightful perspectives from both the RCMP and a Canadian company that has been in the spotlight as a target of CFPOA enforcement more ...

Date: December 08, 2014
Time: 09:00 - 16:45
$1195.00
Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations: When Ignorance Isn’t Bliss [Toronto]

Sarah Graves, Partner, Fasken Martineau Dumoulin LLP

Many employers recognize that conducting effective investigations is essential in today’s environment. An effective investigation identifies problems, reduces the chance of subsequent litigation and increases the prospect for success should litigation result. This presentation provides a review of specific examples and the latest case law on this topic, as well as practical tips and the skills necessary to conduct effective internal investigations and write effective reports. Experts from Fasken Martineau will discuss the challenges and strategic opportunities when conducting investigations including best practices when writing reports, the appropriate role of in-house counsel, investigations in the age of social media, privacy issues and occupational health and safety investigations. This course is designed for in-house lawyers and human resource professionals who conduct or supervise investigations as well as external counsel who advise clients conducting investigations. more ...

Date: December 03, 2014
Time: 08:30 - 16:30
$1195.00
Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations: When Ignorance Isn’t Bliss [Webinar]

Sarah Graves, Partner, Fasken Martineau Dumoulin LLP

Many employers recognize that conducting effective investigations is essential in today’s environment. An effective investigation identifies problems, reduces the chance of subsequent litigation and increases the prospect for success should litigation result. This presentation provides a review of specific examples and the latest case law on this topic, as well as practical tips and the skills necessary to conduct effective internal investigations and write effective reports. Experts from Fasken Martineau will discuss the challenges and strategic opportunities when conducting investigations including best practices when writing reports, the appropriate role of in-house counsel, investigations in the age of social media, privacy issues and occupational health and safety investigations. This course is designed for in-house lawyers and human resource professionals who conduct or supervise investigations as well as external counsel who advise clients conducting investigations. more ...

Date: December 03, 2014
Time: 08:30 - 16:30
$995.00
7th Annual Advertising Law: Beyond the CASL Walls [Toronto]

Brenda Pritchard, Partner, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

The long heralded anti-spam law (CASL) forced all businesses to assess the way in which they collected data and communicated electronically. This daylong session with Canada's undisputed leaders in advertising law will arm you with the weapons you need to not only protect that data, but to effectively communicate your client's marketing messages within the bounds of social media platforms, contest and promotion laws, Quebec's complex language laws and a myriad of other new laws that you may not even have been aware of. The last portion of the day includes an interactive battle where you will have a unique chance to put your new training to the test. more ...

Date: December 02, 2014
Time: 09:00 - 16:15
$1195.00
7th Annual Advertising Law: Beyond the CASL Walls [Webinar]

Brenda Pritchard, Partner, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

The long heralded anti-spam law (CASL) forced all businesses to assess the way in which they collected data and communicated electronically. This daylong session with Canada's undisputed leaders in advertising law will arm you with the weapons you need to not only protect that data, but to effectively communicate your client's marketing messages within the bounds of social media platforms, contest and promotion laws, Quebec's complex language laws and a myriad of other new laws that you may not even have been aware of. The last portion of the day includes an interactive battle where you will have a unique chance to put your new training to the test. more ...

Date: December 02, 2014
Time: 09:00 - 16:15
$995.00
6th Annual Aboriginal Law: Consultation and Other Emerging Issues [Calgary]

Thomas Isaac, Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

The landscape of aboriginal law has evolved at a considerate pace in the last twenty years in Canada. With it comes the need to better understand Aboriginal legal matters and interactions with Aboriginal groups within industry and project developments across the country. This presentation, led by Thomas Isaac, highlights various aspects of current Aboriginal legal matters such as Aboriginal and Consultation Law, Best Practices for Proponents, Anti-Corruption Legislation and Benefits Agreements, Government Consultation Policy, Métis Rights and Legal Issues, the Intersection of Aboriginal Consultation and Environmental Assessment in Canada and Managing Aboriginal-Related Litigation. This course is aimed at Industry, Government Executives and Corporate Counsel whom wish to grasp the dynamics of the changing legal and policy concerns relating to Aboriginal law and interactions with Aboriginal groups. more ...

Date: December 02, 2014
Time: 08:30 - 16:30
$1195.00
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