Seyfarth Events

Compliance with PRC and Foreign Anti-Bribery Laws - Latest Enforcement Trends and Insights

5/19/2017

Cost: RMB 800

Shanghai, China
Suite 1501, Tower 2, 
Jing’an Kerry Centre, 
No. 1539 West Nanjing Rd.
Shanghai, China
 
Agenda 
Registration: 1:45 pm - 2:00 pm
Seminar: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Q&A: 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

 

In February 2017, the draft amendment to the 1993 PRC Unfair Competition Law was submitted, for the first time, to the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress for deliberation. Additionally, the enforcement of the foreign anti-corruption rules are still focused on China—e.g. nearly 60% of US FCPA enforcement cases in 2016 involve China.
 
This seminar is intended to help companies in China to sort out tough anti-bribery issues under the Chinese and foreign laws, revisit selected cases and provide compliance and risk control insights.
 
This seminar is designed for: 
  • Company management and compliance policy makers 
  • Compliance officers, in-house counsel, HR and other professionals who are interested in Chinese anti-bribery rules
This seminar will address the following:
 
Anti-bribery laws of China 
  • Recent legislation trends in the PRC legal framework on commercial bribery 
  • Practical considerations for bribery and non-bribery 
  • Defenses and remedies
Foreign anti-corrupt rules 
  • Recent foreign anti-corruption trends in the US 
  • Elements, affirmative defenses and legal liabilities 
  • Key enforcement regions, industries and recent changes
RSVP by May 10, 2017
 
Contact Candice Han for reservation:
Phone: 86 21 2221 0600