A way to learn global compliance law without leaving your office

This week the Ethics & Compliance Officer Association  (“ECOA”) announced that beginning in April it will be offering a first-of-its-kind distance learning course – “Global Law,” which is aimed at helping C&E officers and others working in the field understand the many compliance-program-related legal challenges facing global companies today.

I’m very pleased to be serving as the program director of this course, whose other faculty are: Paul McNulty and John Cunningham of  Baker & McKenzie covering anti-corruption, money laundering, and gifts & entertainment; Joseph Warin and Michael Diamant of  Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher on governance and securities; Richard Jones and Daryl Fairbairn of  Clifford Chance on  privacy and intellectual property; White & Case’s Don Dowling, Jr., covering employment law; Gönenç Gürkaynak of  the  Istanbul-based firm ELIG on competition law; and Jason Hungerford and Stefan Reisinger from Norton Rose Fulbright on export/import and trade sanctions.

Here is the press release and here is more information from the ECOA web site.  Please let me know if you have any questions and I hope you can join us.

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