2021 SCCE Web Conference

  1. Member Exclusive- Risk Assessment: Foundation for Building an Effective Ethics & Compliance Program

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | December 02, 2021 

    • Describing a universal model to identify your entity's universe of risk
    • Explaining the assessment process{br/}

    • Using examples to walk through each assessment step on the path to understand how the assessment feeds into a functioning compliance and ethics program{br/}

  2. Modern Slavery and Supply Chain Compliance in the UK and the EU

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | November 17, 2021 

    • Understanding what the UK modern slavery regime is all about and what the key recent developments have been, including possible changes to the rules, the new registry and compliance letter campaign, and the UK Parliamentary inquiry into China

    • Key developments to be aware of in the EU, including laws in EU countries and what looks like an emerging EU ESG regime

    • Top tips for where you need to be to comply

  3. Carpe Datum: Seizing the Powering of Your Data to Drive an Effective Ethics and Compliance Monitoring

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | October 28, 2021 

    • Gain buy-in to build and properly resource a compliance monitoring program

    • Explore successful compliance monitoring models, including design, execution, and reporting

    • Know how to avoid pitfalls and challenges when using data to evaluate program effectiveness

  4. Locking Out Those Third Party Cookies

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | October 04, 2021 

    • The current and future legal landscape for first and third party cookies

    • Regulatory investigations into unlawful tracking

    • The need for transparent cookie permissions to give genuine control to citizens

    • The options for automated controls over unwanted data collection

  5. I-9 Compliance with an Increasingly Remote Workforce

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | September 29, 2021 

    • Unique challenges for completing Forms I-9 for remote workers

    • Covid-19 I-9 flexibility and limitations

    • Implications forI-9 compliance violations and best practices for audits

  6. Effective Use of Privacy Impact Assessments

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | September 13, 2021 

    • What is a PIA and a DPIA?

    • Who should instigate assessments?

    • How and when to use assessments?

    • The relationship between assessments and privacy by design, and legal grounds for processing personal data.

  7. Compliance Policy Management

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | September 07, 2021 

    • How to position compliance policies as the integral part of your program they are meant to be

    • Policies within the context of the US Sentencing Guidelines and the DOJ's "Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs"

    • Engaging stakeholders from other corporate functions

    • Policy quality and the role of the "Policy on Policies"

    • Policy approval and ownership

    • The value of a corporate policy center

  8. They did what?! Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | August 19, 2021 

    • Attendees will understand the policies and practices that must be in place before an investigation occurs

    • Participants will recognize the steps that need to be taken to conduct an investigation effectively

    • Attendees will learn the questions that should be asked to the person that is being investigated, the person that raised the complaint, and any witnesses

    • Participants will understand the steps that must be taken to conclude the investigation

    • Attendees will know the reasons that investigations over the same conduct may result in different levels of discipline

  9. FCPA Enforcement Trends and Developments: 2021

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | August 03, 2021 

    • Recent FCPA Enforcement Developments

    • Recent Major Cases and Key Takeaways

    • DOJ/SEC FCPA Investigations in the COVID-19 Era

    • What to Watch for Between Now and the End of the Year

  10. Building Cross-Functional Partnerships

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | August 04, 2021 

    • Understand how building cross-functional partnerships allows compliance departments to identify win-win goals with other departments and achieve more with less

    • Focus on specific, discrete areas where department goals overlap

    • Identify common goals that create shared interests to leverage limited time and resources to achieve them

    • Use the additional work you are able to accomplish with cross-functional coordination to make the case that money in the compliance budget is well spent and decreases risk across the organization

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    2021 SCCE Webinar  | September 16, 2021 

    • So, you're interested in a career in compliance - where do you start? Our panelists will describe their three very different compliance journeys.

    • But, you're not a lawyer - what can you do to overcome that objection? Our panelists will discuss their experiences, as lawyers and nonlawyers, and their opinions on the topic.

    • Now you're in compliance - how do you expand your skillset? Our panelists will share their ideas & go-to resources & andrew test.

  12. U.S. Trade and Technology Controls Basics for Life Sciences Researchers

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | August 05, 2021 

    • U.S. trade and technology control-related policies, statutes, and regulations are becoming more stringent and impactful for life sciences researchers

    • Tighter requirements and active enforcement related both to life sciences-related technologies and a growing population of non-U.S. prohibited parties indicate a need to understand your risks and responsibilitiesTighter requirements and active enforcement related both to life sciences-related technologies and a growing population of non-U.S. prohibited parties indicate a need to understand your risks and responsibilities

    • In this webinar, experts will familiarize attendees with the U.S. trade and technology control framework, principal requirements, and critical recent developments most relevant to life sciences researchers and organizations

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    2021 SCCE Webinar  | August 05, 2021 

    • U.S. trade and technology control-related policies, statutes, and regulations are becoming more stringent and impactful for life sciences researchers

    • Tighter requirements and active enforcement related both to life sciences-related technologies and a growing population of non-U.S. prohibited parties indicate a need to understand your risks and responsibilitiesTighter requirements and active enforcement related both to life sciences-related technologies and a growing population of non-U.S. prohibited parties indicate a need to understand your risks and responsibilities

    • In this webinar, experts will familiarize attendees with the U.S. trade and technology control framework, principal requirements, and critical recent developments most relevant to life sciences researchers and organizations

  14. FCPA Enforcement Trends and Developments: 2021

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Chuck Duross  | August 03, 2021 

    • Recent FCPA Enforcement Developments

    • Recent Major Cases and Key Takeaways

    • DOJ/SEC FCPA Investigations in the COVID-19 Era

    • What to Watch for Between Now and the End of the Year

  15. Ten Critical Lessons for Benchmarking Your Program Against the DOJ's Evaluation Guidance

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Kristy Grant-Hart  | June 14, 2021 

    • Learn how to evaluate your program through the eyes of a prosecutor using their guidance

    • Discover the meaning of repetitiveword use to understand what is truly important

    • Obtain the skills to discern where to focus your energy to make your program the best it can be

  16. Update on China and Russia: Restrictions and Best Practices

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Thad McBride  | June 01, 2021 

    • Develop greater understanding of the main U.S. trade restrictions on China and Russia

    • Gain familiarity into key compliance issues under current restrictions, including related to exports, supply chains, and working with third parties

    • Learn best practices for conducting due diligence and spotting and addressing compliance issues

  17. Applying the COSO ERM Framework to Compliance (May 2021)

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Gerry Zack  | May 19, 2021 

    • Understand the relationships between Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), Internal Controls, and Compliance & Ethics Programs

    • Learn practical applications of ERM to Compliance Risk Management

    • Map key characteristics of compliance & ethics programs to the ERM framework

  18. The Bid War: Navigating the Compliance Battlefield in Government Bids

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Kate Hamann, Giles Carter, Jenny Carmichael  | May 18, 2021 

    • What are the bidding rules and where do you find them? (E.g., there are the rules in the bid/issuing agency rules, there are the local jurisdiction rules, and there are the funder rules.)

    • Conducting appropriate due diligence - Who should you conduct due diligence on during the government bidding process and what should you look for in terms of "red flags"

    • Handling potentially confidential information - What should you be aware of when reviewing and discussing bid specifications and pricing information

    • Interacting with government officials - What policies should you have with respect to gifts, travel, and entertainment when it comes to government officials and how can you properly provide input on tender requests when asked by the procuring agency; Perfectly acceptable, and even encouraged, communication in one jurisdiction/bid may be completely prohibited in another

  19. Effective Compliance Risk Management in Environments of Increasing Regulatory Expectations

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Stephanie Trossbach  | May 11, 2021 

    • Understanding the importance of compliance risk management for a robust compliance program

    • Getting to know the “drivers” of compliance risk management in companies (compliance risk management as part of the internal controlsystem, FCPA and UK Bribery Act, other international standards)

    • Learning of how to identify and assess compliance risks in companies

    • How to tackle compliance risk assessments as a compliance responsible: 5 steps practical approach

  20. The CCPA or CPRA and Beyond: US Consumer Privacy Laws and Bills and How to Stay Sane

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Teresa Troester-Falk, Rachel Glasser, Debrah Howitt  | May 05, 2021 

    • California’s privacy laws (CCPA/CPRA) - highlight of changes under CPRA

    • Virginia's CDPA - operational compliance obligations

    • State of the State of US Consumer Privacy Bills

    • Roadmap to success - experience from the Trenches

  21. Best Practices in Third Party Risk Management

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Patrick Wellens  | April 28, 2021 

    • Key Challenges/opportunities when implementing a third party due diligence system

    • Project (implementation) team

    • Project scope

    • Integration with other systems

    • Escalation and extended risk assessments

    • Supplier questionnaires vs external databases

    • Ownership of third party risk

  22. Anti-Bribery Risk Assessments: Measuring Business Bribery Risk, Updating Procedures

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Alexandra Wrage, Dan Seltzer  | April 13, 2021 

    • How to scope a global risk assessment and identify your most significant risk areas

    • Developing an effective workplan for conducting risk assessments, mapping risks, and updating procedures to detect new vulnerabilities

    • Executing a plan to mitigate issues identified via risk assessment and updating procedures

  23. Building Governance Frameworks for Better Compliance

    2021 SCCE Webinar  | Presenter(s): Alberto Melgoza  | April 08, 2021 

    • What is a governance framework?

    • Understanding the relevance of a governance framework from the perspective of: risk, climate (communication & trust), accountability, ethics (values & decision making) and behavior (conduct)

    • How to develop a governance framework that allows for effective compliance, and in consequence lesser liability

    • Who is accountable for the governance framework? Why?

    • Consequences of not designing and implementing a proper governance framework

    • Examples of liabilities for not having nor complying with the governance framework