Postponed | Compliance Lunch Seminar 3 March 2020
Unfortunately, we have to inform you that tomorrow’s Compliance Lunch Seminar is postponed until further notice.
Due to risks associated with the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus and the large number of registered participants, we have together with our co-host, Paul Hastings, decided to cancel tomorrow’s seminar.
We will publish a new date for the seminar as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconveniences this may cause.
The focus on corporate liability has increased significantly in recent years. The rapidly changing legal environment and increase in cross-border economic crime enforcement present considerable risks for companies and financial institutions. The fact-finding process is crucial in assessing companies’ risks, and the company’s internal and external response.
Together with Paul Hastings, we have the pleasure of inviting you to a Compliance Lunch Seminar on 3 March 2020.
Paul Hastings and BAHR will provide an overview of law enforcement expectations and discuss how to meet these expectations while efficiently managing risk. New Paul Hastings partner Nicola Bonucci, former OECD legal director, will address cooperation between different jurisdictions and its impact on cross-border enforcement.
Enforcement Update and Survey
- Overview of anti-corruption, economic sanctions and other economic crime enforcement actions against Norwegian and Nordic companies
- Current enforcement risks and trends
Law enforcement expectations for internal investigations
- Meeting expectations while efficiently managing risk
- Practical tips for preparing and handling internal investigations
Registration starts at 10:15 AM and refreshments will be served before we get started.
We will conclude our seminar with lunch around 12:30 PM and hope you will join us.
If you have any questions, please contact Helena Mørch at firstname.lastname@example.org. Link to register below.
Managing Director – Paris
Nicola Bonucci is Managing Director in the Global Trade and Investigations & White Collar Defense practices at Paul Hastings, based in the Paris office. Previously, Nicola Bonucci served as the Director for Legal Affairs for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). He has been one of the most prominent international voices in anti-corruption and anti-bribery, having led the OECD’s efforts in this area for more than two decades. In advising clients, he draws on his international experience with compliance programs, investigations, and anti-corruption issues across various legal systems, as well as his deep knowledge of intergovernmental and multilateral processes.
Jon C. Drimmer
Partner – Washington, D.C.
Jonathan C. Drimmer is a partner in the Investigations and White Collar Defense practice and is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He resolves complex cross-border problems with the benefit of having sat in every chair at the table: senior legal officer for a global 500 company, federal prosecutor, and seasoned advocate. He is a recognized international expert on anti-corruption and business and human rights, and is a frequent speaker, author, and commentator on issues related to both topics.
Partner – Washington, D.C.
Matthew J. Herrington is a partner in the Investigations and White Collar Defense practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. For 25 years, He has partnered with clients, colleagues, and stakeholders to address, resolve, and develop systems to avoid complex cross-border legal challenges. The borders at issue may be national, cultural, or institutional. The approach is the same – he structures and empowers diverse, multi-disciplinary teams to achieve extraordinary results and satisfy the most demanding clients.
Partner – Washington, D.C.
Tom Best is an international investigations, enforcement defense and compliance lawyer, and a partner in the Investigations and White Collar Defense practice based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He advises senior management and boards of directors on complex investigations, enforcement, and compliance issues arising under the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other countries’ anti-corruption laws, economic sanctions and export controls, the U.S. securities laws, and other legal regimes affecting major multinationals’ operations.
Partner – London
Simon Airey leads the litigation and investigations team in the London office of Paul Hastings. He specializes in global investigations, financial and regulatory crime, bribery and corruption, money laundering, tax and fraud inquiries, data breaches, dawn raids, and corporate compliance issues. He has conducted a wide range of litigation and investigations in different sectors, principally construction, defense, financial services, gambling, oil and gas, logistics, pharmaceuticals, and telecommunications. He represents both companies and individuals in criminal and regulatory proceedings and in associated litigation.
Charlotte co-heads BAHR’s Compliance & Risk Management team. Through her practice at BAHR, as well as her former position as Head of Legal and Compliance at a listed oil-services investment company, she has broad experience in corporate governance, compliance and risk management matters. Moreover, Charlotte advises clients on M&A, restructurings and collaboration agreements, including assisting with transactional compliance issues.
|Morten P. Smørdal
Morten co-heads BAHR’s Compliance & Risk Management team and advises clients on matters involving risk assessment, compliance and corporate governance issues. He also advises client on M&A transactions as well as contracts and projects issues. Morten was the firm’s Managing Partner from 2011-2019. Annina Luterbacher
Senior Associate / Bar Admission in Switzerland
Annina is a member of BAHR’s Compliance & Risk Management team and advises clients in relation to corporate criminal liability, anti-corruption as well as on financial regulatory matters. During her time as a trainee lawyer in Switzerland, she worked mainly on anti-money laundering and anti-corruption matters, in particular in the context of internal investigations and legal proceedings.