Learn how to create and evaluate effective compliance programs – whether dealing with a start-up company or an established multi-national corporation. In a changing business environment, creating an effective compliance program is a complex process that should make a company's business operations more efficient, while at the same time fulfilling all the legal and regulatory obligations that are constantly being changed. Some of the topics to be addressed include:
Compliance Issues at a Start-up
- Common Difficulties
Labor Law and Regulation: Discussion of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the different EEO laws; ethics; and rules for doing business with NYC and conflicts of interest rules
1) who is covered
2) Social Media policies
3) Recent case dealing with the NLRA and NLRB
1) who is covered
2) Pitfalls with the different laws
3) Recent cases of interest
International Compliance Challenges: Avoiding Corruption and Other Conflicts of Interest
the impact of FCPA decisions
difficulties a US subsidiary encounters while adopting the compliance policies and guidelines of its international parent
compliance issues most companies currently face
the importance of maintaining transparency for employees and auditors
Tax Compliance Issues: Overview of current tax compliance developments
Domestic Corporate Tax ComplianceInternational Tax Compliance Challenges
Program Co-sponsor: NYCLA's In-House/Outside Counsel Committee
Program Chair: Robert A. Irwin, On Deck Capital Inc.
Moderator: Rachel L. Partain, Of Counsel, Caplin & Drysdale
Faculty: Eric Breslow, Tax Counsel, Chartis Inc.; Andrew Hodes, Assistant Director of Labor Relations, Metro North; Robert A. Irwin, Associate Counsel, On Deck Capital, Inc.; Chris Sciarrone, Senior Manager of Compliance, Legal and Business Affairs, T-Systems North America, Inc.
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