Coffee Break Compliance: A Global Compliance Broadcast Series presented by Dechert
Dechert invites compliance professionals and in-house counsel to join us for a short break, over a coffee or lunch, to consider the emerging compliance trends in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As businesses globally are grappling with the complexities of a changing work environment and varying country safety requirements, our lawyers from around the world reflect on how these issues require companies to renew focus on compliance. This broadcast series will provide insight on several issues, such as actively considering Diversity and Inclusion within an effective compliance program, complying with cross-border tax and data transfer regulations, and handling internal and government investigations, including those relating to whistleblowers, tax evasion and employment issues.
For more information and guidance, please get in touch with one of the speakers on this broadcast or the Dechert lawyers with whom you work most closely.
Episode Twelve: Managing Antitrust Risks in an Inflationary Environment
In this episode of the Coffee Break Compliance, our litigation attorneys address the antitrust risks that companies need to manage in the current environment of supply disruption and widespread cost inflation. This issue is especially topical, given that businesses globally are grappling with the complexities of a changing post-pandemic economy and rapidly evolving laws and regulation.
About Dechert’s White Collar, Compliance and Investigations Practice
Businesses are facing challenging times, and an increase in cross-border enforcement and cooperation between authorities is becoming the norm. Dechert advises companies, boards of directors, executives and other individuals on all aspects of compliance and white collar crime, including internal or government investigations, economic sanctions, trade violations, criminal defense and monitorships.
Our focus is on our clients’ most critical matters, with the highest levels of business and reputational risk. Working closely with our clients and other advisers, we create coordinated strategies to respond to complex situations, especially those involving multiple agencies and jurisdictions. Our business crime experience includes defending companies and individuals in investigations and prosecutions relating to corruption, insider trading and market manipulation, fraud, and money laundering.