(Sold Out) Special Seminar on Lava Jato

(Sold Out) Special Seminar on Lava Jato

Join Us on November 15, 2017 Time: 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM Location: Jones Day, New York, New York
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Join us for a comprehensive discussion on key consequences of Lava Jato.  Organized by leading Brazilian  and New York law firms, separate panels will address enforcement, compliance, and due diligence issues, and how they have been impacted by Lava Jato.     

Registration - 4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Panel 1: Anti-corruption Enforcement in Brazil and Beyond – 5:00 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.

There have been a number of recent coordinated enforcement actions involving American and Brazilian authorities.  This panel will feature the current head of the Justice Department’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act unit, Dan Kahn, and attorneys from the private sector with extensive experience in cross-border investigations.  The panelists will address the roles and prerogatives of American and Brazilian enforcement agencies, international investigative techniques and coordination, recent enforcement trends (i.e., lessons learned from Car Wash), and practical tips for companies that are navigating multijurisdictional investigations.


Moderators:
Kyle Sheahen, Senior AssociateKing & Spalding

Speakers:
Daniel KahnChief of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act UnitU.S. DOJ, Fraud Section
Jason Jones
,  PartnerKing & Spalding
Denis Jacob
,  Director,  Global Commercial Compliance,  Becton Dickinson
Giovanni Paolo Falcetta
Partner TozziniFreire

 Panel 2: Compliance in Brazil and Beyond: a Brave New World – 5:45 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Sweeping Lava Jato investigations and other high-profile anti-corruption investigations, as well as the implementation of Brazil’s Clean Company Act, have changed the game for multinationals in Brazil, upending the political and legal landscape. This panel will explore the new compliance framework in Brazil and consider what steps companies operating or investing in Brazil should do to protect themselves and their investors, including the benefits and drawbacks tied to conducting and reporting the results of internal investigations, and whether companies should consider complying with ISO 37001.

Moderator:
Nick BergPartnerRopes & Gray

Speakers:
Rajal DubalManaging Director, Head of Financial Investigations, AmericasExiger
Adam Kaufmann
PartnerLewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss
Anna-Louise Oliver
, Vice PresidentThe Carlyle Group
Eloy Rizzo
PartnerKLA 


Panel 3: Corporate M&A in the Wake of Lava Jato – 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

 As many companies come under investigation for corruption, divesting assets has become a common strategy to address the need for liquidity and/or a desire to exit the market. While this scenario creates multiple M&A opportunities in Brazil, investors worry about acquiring assets and companies that may have corruption-related liabilities or that are under investigation by Brazilian or US authorities. This panel will focus on due diligence issues that come up in these transactions and ways to minimize liabilities.      

Moderator:
Wade Angus, PartnerJones Day

Speakers:
Marcello Hallake
PartnerJones Day
Michael McGuinness
PartnerJones Day
Marcelo Messer, Managing DirectorRothschild
João Ricardo Ribeiro
PartnerMattos Filho
Moacir Zilbovicius
PartnerMattos Filho

Networking Reception - 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

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Type of Event

Special Events

Date of Event

November 15, 2017
4:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Event Registration Fees

Member: $ 35.00 Non Member: $ 70.00

Location

Jones Day
250 Vessey Street
New York, New York 10281
United States