Global enforcement, and US enforcement in particular, remains a major concern for non-US companies operating worldwide. US authorities – whether in conjunction with or in parallel to enforcement actions by local enforcement authorities – continue to heavily enforce US law, even in matters that seemingly have little US nexus. Despite several initiatives that suggest a more positive stance towards coordinated international enforcement, fines and settlement amounts continue to be significant, settlement conditions appear to have become even more burdensome, and organisations still have to navigate through a myriad of potentially applicable laws and enforcement guidelines.
In this Master Class Marnix Somsen, Angelique Groen-Boon and Stephanie The will focus on global and US enforcement trends and issues in the financial-economic area (e.g., bribery, sanctions, export controls and antitrust) and, where relevant, also discuss their convergence with data privacy. They will do this by highlighting lessons learned from recent international enforcement cases and translating them into practical takeaways for your organisation.
Date, time and location
This Master Class will be held at our offices in Amsterdam on Thursday, 16 and Friday, 17 January 2020 from 8:00 to 10:00. Of course a delicious breakfast will be awaiting you when you arrive. Please note that our Master Classes are based on invitation only.