A comprehensive corporate compliance program provides an essential framework for preventing misconduct, detecting misconduct, and mitigating civil and criminal legal risk. Yet, for newer or smaller companies, creating, maintaining and auditing such a program can be daunting. And for larger or more established companies, these programs can fall victim to a check-the-box approach.
This seminar will delve into the key elements of an effective compliance program, including written policies and procedures, training, employee engagement, internal accountability, and metrics. We will equip participants with the business and legal case for developing and maintaining robust compliance programs and an understanding of recent enforcement trends, such as the U.S. Department of Justice’s new guidance about corporate compliance and self-disclosure efforts, that further highlight the need now for enhanced programming.
The confirmed speakers for this seminar, which has been approved for one general Continuing Legal Education credit in the state of Colorado, include:
- Jason Lynch, Foundry Group, General Counsel & COO
- Mark Champoux, DGS, Partner
- Jackie Roeder, DGS, Partner
Tuesday, November 14
7:30-8:00 AM | Breakfast & Registration
8:00-9:00 AM | Program
Davis Graham & Stubbs
1550 17th Street, Suite 500
Denver, Colorado, 80202