"FCPA and Anti-Corruption Enforcement," Panelist, American Chamber of Commerce Shanghai's Healthcare Committee, June 2016.
This roundtable includes a presentation from Scott Marrah, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend in Atlanta followed by a discussion led by Gentry Sayad, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend in Shanghai to offer insight into emerging FCPA and anticorruption enforcement trends in the healthcare industry in China. The discussion covers a wide-range of issues including:
- Recent FCPA enforcement developments, including the Yates memo, the self-reporting pilot program and FCPA actions against healthcare companies;
- Increased scrutiny on marketing and promotion tactics in China;
- Understanding and mitigating third party risks;
- The SEC’s increased use of the books and records provisions as a primary FCPA enforcement tool;
- Recent anti-corruption initiatives in Asia, including China domestic enforcement issues; and
- Cross-border collaboration between countries to combat corruption.
Thursday, June 16, 2016
American Chamber of Commerce Shanghai's Healthcare Committee
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