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Learn the core legal concepts underlying business compliance – the new paradigm in corporate accountability and risk management – in this four-part course designed for law firms seeking to expand their services for international clients and in-house counsel helping their companies go global. Hear top academics and practitioners explain the impact on transnational business operations, and the steps that enterprises can take to mitigate risk of civil and criminal liability.
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- The genesis of the new compliance paradigm;
- The key legal authorities that define it;
- Techniques for identifying, assessing and controlling risk in various commercial and financial contexts;
- Fitting compliance into an enterprise’s long-term business strategy;
- Transforming a typical compliance program from a cost center to a value center.
- Babak Boghraty
- Kevin Outterson
- Tamar Frankel
- Jacqueline M. Arango
- Felix R. Ehrat
- Course Staff
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