Special Lecture/CLE: International Compliance Outlook for 2022 from the US, UK and Australia: Potential Implications to Japanese Companies |1.5 Substantive CLE Credits
Date: Tuesday, March 22
Time: 19:00 - 20:40 JST
Temple University Japan Campus (Access)
Hybrid Session Room 403/(CLE Online Live Program via Zoom) (not recorded)
4,000 yen for attendees requiring CLE credits
(Free to attendees not requiring credit)
CLE International Compliance Registration
Participants: Open to the public
Ashurst Law Firm Presenters:
Alexander Dmitrenko Partner, Tokyo; Neil Donovan, Senior Associate, London; James Clarke, Partner, Melbourne; Stephanie Cameron, Senior Associate, Melbourne
Join Ashurst lawyers from Tokyo, London and Melbourne to discuss the international compliance outlook for 2022, and in particular, the potential implications that the outlook will have for Japanese companies. The hour and half session will cover the regulatory framework for each of the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, in relation to anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions/trade wars and human rights/forced labour. Ashurst's lawyers have each had hands-on experience advising companies around the world on corporate crime related compliance issues, and they look forward to sharing their insights, experiences and learnings with you. The session will also include an overview of recent key developments in each jurisdiction, including in relation to enforcements, regulatory guidance and ongoing legislative reforms. From a global perspective, the session will consider the impacts of the Biden administration, the post-Brexit world, and the ongoing US-China and Australia-China tensions.
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