Recent media exposure of the SEC/DOJ’s FCPA probes among U.S. companies conducting business in China has put those companies in the spotlight. The Chinese government’s increased focus on anti-corruption enforcement further highlights the complexities of conducting business in China. Do you know that if you possess valuable information concerning a U.S. company’s FCPA violations, you could potentially obtain monetary award through the SEC’s whistleblower reward program? In China’s complex economy, who are considered “government officials” under the FCPA? As a CEO of a U.S. company, what essential steps do you need to take when the SEC informs you that it will launch a FCPA investigation on your Chinese subsidiaries?
Please join CALOBA in our next seminar, “FCPA in China.” Our experienced group of speakers will address the latest trends and developments in the FCPA law in connection with the US companies’ business transactions in China. Specific topics to be covered include:
1. Overview of the SEC whistleblower reward program
2. Business corruption and the FCPA issues in China
3. How to defend SEC/DOJ FCPA investigations
Bing Zhang Ryan, Associate, Securities Litigation, Berman DeValerio
Brent C. Carlson, Director, AlixPartners
Daniel A. Saunders, Partner, Bingham McCutchen LLP
Venue, Time and Cost
When: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., June 30, 2014 (Monday)
Where: Bingham McCutchen LLP (27th Floor, 3 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco)
Thanks to the sponsorship of Bingham McCutchen LLP, no fees are required to participate in this program. Light refreshments will be provided. MCLE credits will be provided to California attorneys. Pre-registration is required. Please register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seminar-fcpa-in-china-6302014-tickets-11845906425.
Bingham McCutchen LLP (#2874) is a State Bar of California-approved MCLE Multiple Activity Provider. 2.0 credits of general MCLE will be awarded to participants upon completion of this activity.
Chinese American Lawyers of the Bay Area (CALOBA) is a professional organization for American attorneys and law students in the Silicon Valley who are Chinese speaking or have a keen interest in Chinese law to network, develop professional skills, and facilitate mutual understanding and dialog of U.S. and Chinese laws between the legal professionals of two countries. For more information, please go to http://www.caloba.org/.