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Why You Should Attend
In 2020 the federal government approved historic levels of funding with The CARES Act while local governments implemented emergency relief to allay unemployment, health care, and housing concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic. Inevitably increased funding and regulations will result in expanded government oversight of organizations and thus greater risk of liability for the in-house attorneys and company compliance officers—the “Gatekeepers”—tasked with ensuring organizational compliance.
This program is designed for both gatekeepers and lawyers who represent them and will feature experienced in-house and outside counsel, chief compliance officers and government officials who will use hypotheticals to discuss a variety of topics concerning the responsibilities and conduct of gatekeepers and provide practical advice dealing with the government’s increased policing of the activities of gatekeepers.
What You Will Learn
- The inherent risks and responsibilities of gatekeepers
- How the CARES Act and COVID-19 related regulations might impact the role of gatekeeper
- Limitations exist on privilege in the compliance area
- How to defend a gatekeeper under investigation
- Hear about how the government thinks of the gatekeeper role
- Preparing for investigations of gatekeepers
- Watch a fun, animated video of hypothetical compliance scenarios and select among multiple-choice answers
- Receive up to an hour of Ethics credit
Who Should Attend
This program will be of interest to in-house counsel, compliance professionals and outside lawyers who represent them.
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: General knowledge of compliance and corporate misconduct issues
Intended Audience: In-house counsel, defense counsel with focus on government investigations, human resources professionals, executive managers, compliance officers
Advanced Preparation: None