Anticorruption conventions and legislation have global reach and introduce compliance demands on companies to prevent bribery. If your business operates on the global market, there is a risk that your employees or representatives may run afoul of anticorruption regulations. During this one-hour webinar, Constantin Achillas, Robert Dougans, Mark Srere, Jackson Pai, Andreas Hentschel, Kristin Robinson and Cecile Terett give an overview of global anticorruption initiatives and how you can reduce risk.

Achillas leads the dispute resolution team in Paris. His cross-border and multijurisdictional litigation practice encompasses a wide range of complex civil and commercial cases before state and arbitration courts, white collar crime and commercial fraud claims defense as well as pre-contentious and risk management advisory work and mediation. He frequently deals with complex enforcement, jurisdiction and conflict of law issues.

Dougans practices in the Dispute Resolution department of the firm’s London office. He has practices a wide range of litigation and arbitration, usually involving the resolution of international disputes in the English courts and before English-law arbitral tribunals.

Srere is the leader of the White Collar Defense & Investigations/Securities Enforcement and Litigation Client Service Group. He defends individual and corporate clients that are targets of criminal prosecution, from grand jury appearances to trial. With more than two decades of experience related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), he provides the full range of counseling for clients in anti-corruption compliance.

Pai practices in the International Trade Client Service Group. His practice covers a range of international and trade issues, including international corporate transactions, customs, global labor and employment, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the World Trade Organization.

Dr. Hentschel’s practice focuses on intellectual property (IP) law matters with an emphasis on unfair competition and trademark law. He advises clients on regulatory aspects pertaining to the development of marketing and advertising campaigns, the acquisition and licensing of intellectual property rights and the defense and enforcement of such rights in court when necessary.

Robinson defends individuals and corporations under investigation by government agencies, including the Federal Trade Commission, the Internal Revenue Service, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Food & Drug Administration and the Department of Justice. She also conducts internal investigations for corporate clients involving whistleblower complaints and other allegations of fraud.

Terret is an associate in the dispute resolution team in Paris. Her practice includes advising large French and international companies on civil, commercial or corporate litigation, in addition to matters relating to white collar crime or bankruptcy before the French courts, particularly in relation to the hotel and aviation industries sectors.