Dealer’s Choice (10)

The 2020 Dealer’s Choice Summit is the annual can’t-miss gathering ever of CEE-interested legal practitioners from around the world, offering attendees both unparalleled networking opportunities and a series of expert panel discussions on a critical matters of professional interest. This year’s event, co-hosted by Slaughter and May, will be the largest yet, with experts providing in-depth status updates of the political developments in the region as they have affected and are likely to affect foreign investment and law firm business, a review of the best ways to establish and improve the relationship between international law firms and local firms coordinating client service on the ground, and more. To conclude the event, a CEE Legal Matters Special Panel consisting of leading international experts will clarify how law firms can assess the risk of potential bribery and corruption charges, as well as how they can deal with the fallout from actual bribery/corruption charges once they are brought.

07:45 am - 16:30 pm Dealer's Choice

8:30 am - 8:45 am
Welcome and Opening Comments

Welcome and Opening Comments

The Dealer’s Choice international law firm forum gathers legal practitioners from around the world for a series of panel discussions on a matters of universal interest to law firms and the lawyers who work within them.

3:30 pm - 3:45 pm
Final Comments

Final Comments

The Dealer’s Choice international law firm forum gathers legal practitioners from around the world for a series of panel discussions on a matters of universal interest to law firms and the lawyers who work within them.

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Bribery and Corruption: Assessing the Risks and Dealing with the Fallout

Bribery and Corruption: Assessing the Risks and Dealing with the Fallout Featured

A session designed to help understand the scope and significance of international investigations to provide critical information on how to navigate through them when necessary — and avoid them when possible. A remarkable panel of international experts will present information on, among other topics, sources of information for investigators; behaviors likely to trigger a law enforcement investigation; different prosecutorial cultures; cooperation between agencies nationally and internationally; corporate investigations; self-reporting/disclosures; Deferred Prosecution Agreements; and likely future changes.

Speaker:
TBA
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