Corporate Compliance | 4701CC

This 2 credit-hour seminar will examine a variety of issues related to corporate compliance programs and efforts, a critical area for corporations and other entities in today’s world and an area of great opportunity and challenge for lawyers.

Anchoring in corporate governance principles and best practices and risk management law and practice, the course will explore both theory and practice, together with specific issues in the implementation and execution of corporate compliance programs. Specific topics, using case studies and guest speakers where appropriate, will include the role of boards, lawyers and other professionals; the role of ethics and codes of conduct; compliance systems and frameworks; the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the other key statutes; and government regulatory frameworks and enforcement efforts.

Prerequisites: N/A
Credit Hours: 2
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)


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