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Fox appearing in DC compliance event

Tom Fox, Contributing Editor of the FCPA BlogLater this month, our contributing editor Tom Fox will be speaking at a CLE-accredited Global Corruption, FCPA Enforcement Breakfast in the D.C Area.
 
The event is hosted by FCPA Blog-sponsor Kreller Due Diligence of Kreller Group.

It happens April 24 from 8 am to 10 am at the Lorien Hotel & Spa in Alexandria, Virginia.

Tom Fox is a popular speaker on compliance and risk-management topics. In addition to his writing on the FCPA Blog, he’s also the creator and writer of the widely followed FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog.

His 2012 book Lessons Learned on Compliance and Ethics topped Amazon’s bestseller list for international law.

Tom is the founder of the Houston-based boutique law firm Tom Fox Law. The firm focuses on FCPA and global anti-corruption compliance, investigations, mitigation, and litigation.

He has also served as general counsel at Drilling Controls, Inc. and division counsel with Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.
 
The D.C. seminar will cover special concerns and strategies for managing global compliance risks related to fraud, bribery, money laundering, and collusion.
 
Also appearing will be Baker & McKenzie’s Stephen Martin. He served as an assistant United States attorney for the District of Columbia, an assistant attorney general for the state of Missouri, and as in-house counsel and compliance officer to several companies facing significant compliance and government investigations issues, including MCI/WorldCom, Qwest and Adelphia.

More information about the event is here.

The breakfast seminar is free of charge but registration is required.

While registering, please include your State Bar Number for CLE accreditation or bring it with you to the event.

Click here to register.

If you have any questions regarding the seminar, please contact Tracy Spears at [email protected] or 1.512.581.3838.

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