The Annual Meeting is the largest educational event of legal professionals from around the country. Attending the annual meeting provides you the opportunity to expand your legal expertise, reconnect with your colleagues, and make a difference in the legal profession.Learn more and register
Houston we don’t have a problem… we do have a roundtable!
Affiliated Monitors, Inc. Vincent DiCianni + Eric Feldman CFE, CIG, CCEP-I will join Houston’s resident Compliance Evangelist Thomas Fox for a Compliance Roundtable on Updated DOJ Evaluations of Corporate Compliance Programs.
July 22nd from 4:30 – 6:00 PM at Goode Company Seafood.
Questions and RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
The ACFE is the world’s largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Together with more than 85,000 members, the ACFE is reducing business fraud worldwide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession.
This 30th annual conference will include 100+ educational sessions, empowering attendees to learn new ways fraud is being committed and tactics to prevent, detect and deter it — offering up to 40 CPE credits along the way.
Eric Feldman will be presenting twice throughout the week:Practical Issues in Ethics and Compliance: How to Evaluate Your Own Compliance Program Using the U.S. DOJ Guidance (Pre-conference)
Sunday, June 23 | 1:00-5:00 PM
Lessons Learned in Uncovering Performance Incentives That Can Lead to Corporate Fraud
Tuesday, June 25 | 1:50–3:05 PM
Follow the link below for a detailed agenda as well as registration and hotel information.
Every year, nearly 1,500 health law professionals join AHLA at its Annual Meeting to get the most current information and analysis on a myriad of legal issues facing the health care industry in thoughtful, practical solution-oriented sessions, luncheons, and networking events. AMI’s Jesse Caplan and Beth Compton will be in attendance.
For the full agenda and registration information, click below.register here
The Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) is a bipartisan group, originally of Western states, now including a majority of U.S. states and several other countries. Initially organized around legal areas of interests such as water, Indians, public lands, minerals and energy, CWAG has expanded to providing bipartisan discussions focusing on the legal developments in emerging issues facing Attorneys General as well as Rule of Law programing in the country of Mexico and seven African nations.
CWAG plans and sponsors an annual conference along with several topic specific meetings such Indian Gaming Seminars, Takings Seminars and Energy Issues Seminars. These conferences are attended by Attorneys General and their staff from within the CWAG region, across the country and have had international exposure with participation by both Canadian and Mexican Attorneys General.
via Tom Fox at FCPAcompliancereport.com:
I am pleased to announce a two-day Compliance Master Class, which is unlike any other class currently being offered. It will be held in Boston, June 11 & 12, 2019. This Compliance Master Class is not theory or analytical underpinnings of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), it focuses on the operationalizing of compliance. For it is only in the doing of compliance that companies have a real chance of avoiding FCPA liability.
The Compliance Master Class provides a unique opportunity for any level of FCPA compliance practitioner, from the seasoned Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) to the practitioner who is new to the compliance profession. If you are looking for a training class to turbocharge your knowledge on the nuts and bolts of a best practices compliance program going forward, this is the class for you to attend.
Join Affiliated Monitors’ Vin DiCianni, Eric Feldman, and Tom Fox, The Compliance Evangelist for a
Updated DOJ Evaluations of Corporate Compliance Programs: What’s New?
Date: June 13, 2019
Time: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Location: Post 390 / 406 Stuart Street / Boston, MA 02116
The NABP 115th Annual Meeting, “Working Together as a Team Makes Anything Possible,” provides pharmacy board members and staff as well as other pharmacy stakeholders with an opportunity to take an active role in protecting the public health. Held at the Minneapolis Marriott City Center, the gathering serves as the venue for boards of pharmacy to elect officers and members of the NABP Executive Committee, to review and vote on NABP policies via proposed resolutions, and to guide the direction of the Association.
In addition to the important business sessions, attendees have the opportunity to participate in networking opportunities including the President’s Welcome Reception, the Hospitality Brunch, and the Annual Awards Luncheon. The 115th Annual Meeting features a new, streamlined schedule.
This year’s NAAG Consumer Protection Spring Conference will be held in Washington, D.C. at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel from May 20-22, 2019. The agenda aims to address pressing and relevant issues specific to your role in consumer protection. On Monday, May 20 from 11:45 a.m. until 7:30 p.m., the private, nonprofit, and government sectors are invited to attend the public portion of the conference. This will include a panel of attorneys general, as well as sessions on privacy and data, cryptocurrencies, and telecom issues. There will also be an open-mic discussion of private sector issues.
The 2019 NAAG Consumer Protection Spring Conference is coordinated by the NAGTRI Center for Consumer Protection, whose mission is to assist and enable state and territory attorneys general in protecting the public in the areas of consumer protection and charitable asset and entity oversight by providing information, technical assistance, and support; facilitating cooperation among attorney general staff through open dialogue and advanced communication systems; planning, organizing, and conducting training and seminars for the exchange of ideas and information on relevant matters; and promoting the development of effective programs and education for the protection of the public.
Eric Feldman will be on a panel of experts for a session titled:IDENTIFYING AND MITIGATING E&C RISKS
Jeremy Wilson, Conduct Risk Leader Ethics Advocacy and Anti-bribery and Corruption Governance Leader, Wells Fargo & Company
Eric Feldman, Senior VP and Managing Director, Affiliated Monitors
Patrick Gnazzo, Principal, Better Business Practices, LLC
Robert Meunier, Independent Debarment & Suspension Consultant
An important characteristic of a High Quality Program (“HQP’) is sharing responsibility for risk identification and mitigation across the organization. Ethics & Compliance is a key component of this effort. What should that look like? Hear from a panel of experts with a unique perspective – independent monitors who have worked with organizations to review/refine their risk assessment processes in the wake of compliance failures.