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Annual Corporate Compliance Conference 2020

Having been established for over a decade as a "must attend" global compliance conference by senior in-house legal and compliance professionals, our Annual Corporate Compliance Conference returned in 2020 in a new and unique virtual format to deliver our market-leading content to you during these unprecedented times.  The conference was held across five weeks from 7 September – 9 October 2020 and provided a stream of practical insights and analysis on significant developments across all key corporate compliance areas:

 

  • Anti-Bribery and Corruption;

  • Antitrust Compliance; 

  • International Trade, Export Controls and Sanctions; 

  • Supply Chain, Product and ESG Compliance and Liability; and 

  • Customs and Brexit.

 

How do I view the recordings and content from the conference?

To access the recordings and slides from the live sessions, as well as the additional content produced throughout the conference, please click on the "View Content" tab above and select the compliance area of interest, you will be able to click on the red navigational arrows to discover more content under each area.

 

If you have any questions regarding the substantial issues discussed, please do get in touch via the "Contact Us" tab above and we will direct your query to the relevant team.

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The Brexit Endgame: Preparing your business for post 1 January 2021, Tuesday 5 January 2021

In this webinar, our Brexit experts discussed the key takeaways from the Brexit deal. They identified the key areas that will be impacted and provided recommendations for businesses across each area, including:

  • Trade and Customs

  • Competition

  • Product Regulation

  • IP and Data Protection

  • Commercial Contracts

  • Employment and Immigration

  • Tax

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Need for Speed: Identifying and Cleansing Compliance Risks in M&A

 

In this session, Tristan Grimmer (Partner), Jannan Crozier (Partner), Peter Tomzcak (Partner) and Julian Godfray (Associate) shared the anti-bribery and corruption challenges during the M&A process.

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Dealing with the UK CMA in a post Brexit World

In this session, Samantha Mobley (Partner), Mara Ghiorghies (Senior Associate) and Miriam Fine (Associate) explored the CMA's competition law and consumer enforcement powers post Brexit, highlighting recent enforcement practice and increasing use of director disqualification orders.

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Increased Focus on Foreign Investment Review

 

In this session, Sunny Mann (Partner), Rod Hunter (Partner), Sylwia Lis (Partner), Anahita Thoms (Partner), Karoline Philips (Senior Associate) and Alexander Rickets (Associate) explored foreign investment reviews by the UK, EU, and US and provide practical considerations for businesses moving forward.

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New Frontiers in Product Liability & Regulation - AI, IoT and other emerging technologies

 

In this session, Kate Corby (Partner), Ben Allgrove (Partner), Erin Maus (Partner) and Joanne Redmond (Senor Associate) along with Trevor Callaghan, Director of Milltown Partners and Raj Choudhary, Independent Legal Consultant seconded in-house with a Fortune 500 technology & product development company discussed key legal issues and anticipated future legislative developments for product regulation and liability specifically as well as AI more broadly.

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Global Hot Topics

 

In this session, Jon Cowley (Partner), Adriana Ibarra-Fernandez (Partner), John McKenzie (Partner), Jessica Mutton (Senior Associate), Eunkyung Kim Shin (Senior Associate) and Francisco Allegue (Associate) explored global Customs hot topics that you need to be aware of, such as global trade wars, the new US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, and current EU customs valuation challenges.

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