Jenner & Block

“How to Succeed in Business Without Bribery: Staying on the Right Side of Anti-Corruption Laws,” Global Ethics Summit (New York, NY)

On Thursday, March 15, Jenner & Block Partners David Bitkower and Anne Cortina Perry will participate in a panel discussion at the 10th annual Global Ethics Summit. Titled “How to Succeed in Business Without Bribery: Staying on the Right Side of Anti-Corruption Laws,” the program will cover the FCPA and other anti-bribery laws, with a focus on recent FCPA enforcement trends. It will also help in-house counsel and compliance leaders identify red flags early in the process and cover best practices for compliance. Sponsored by Ethisphere, the two-day program will take place at the Grand Hyatt in New York City. Mr. Bitkower and Ms. Perry’s session will begin at 10:40 am ET.

Mr. Bitkower is a member of the firm’s Investigation, Compliance and Defense Practice, as well as its Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice. He is a former principal deputy assistant attorney general for the Criminal Division of the US Department of Justice, the second-highest ranking position in the division.

Ms. Perry guides clients facing governmental or regulatory investigations, conducts internal investigations with and without parallel governmental investigations, and advises her clients on developing and improving effective, risk-based compliance programs.  Her substantive experience spans a variety of areas including financial crime, antitrust, corruption and employment.  She is a member of the firm’s following practices: Investigations, Compliance and Defense; Litigation; and Trademark, Advertising and Unfair Competition.

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