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Course CatalogCatalog: 12. Tech/Telecom Specialization

Courses listed in this catalog focus on addressing key business, legal and regulatory concepts related to anti-bribery/anti-corruption issues specific to the tech and telecom industries. Required courses for this specialization are listed below and have been denoted with an *.

  1. Best Practices in Supply Chain Ethics*
  2.  Anti-Bribery Challenges in Shipping, Freight Forwarding and Logistics*
  3. Third Party Anti-Bribery Compliance Audits: How to Draft and Enforce Audit Clauses*
  4. Anti-Corruption Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisitions: Uncovering Bribery Risks and Mitigating Potential Successor Liability Issues*
  5.  Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain*
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  • Courses (13)
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Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain: Best Practices for Complying With Federal, State and Foreign Requirements

Credits: 1
Benefit during this session from an overview of recent updates to human trafficking and related supply chain laws at the global, US state and federal level as you are provided with practical suggestions for meeting regulatory compliance requirements.
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Best Practices in Supply Chain Ethics

Credits: 1
During this course, benefit from an overview of best practices in supply chain ethics as the course instructor addresses the concept of ethics in the supply chain, ISM’s Ethical Principles as a template for supply chain best practice, as well as insights for operationalizing supply chain ethics across your business. An added benefit of this course, learners will also be provided with a decision making framework for responding to ethical dilemmas.
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Third Party Anti-Bribery Compliance Audits: How to Draft and Enforce Audit Clauses

Credits: 1
During this course, Sanjay Bhandari, Partner at Ballard Spahr LLP, will provide guidance on state of the art audit clauses and how companies should enforce the same. Providing additional insight into how companies can create an FCPA audit process for monitoring compliance by vendors across one’s supply chain, the instructor will also address the various types of transactions companies should review (in addition and outside of financial data), termination rights and how to avoid related pitfalls.
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Data Privacy Changing Regulations and Challenges

Credits: 1
This course will provide an overview of the EU Safe Harbor and the future of EU data protection regulations. The course will also discuss the considerations companies need to take to comply with data privacy laws and necessary steps to setting up a data privacy program.
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Anti-Bribery Challenges in Shipping, Freight Forwarding, and Logistics

Credits: 1
This course will provide an overview of the anti-bribery challenges faced by shipping and freight forwarding companies operating internationally, particularly in emerging market countries. The course will also discuss best practices for dealing with these challenges and preventing and detecting problems in customs-related third party relationships
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Overcoming Compliance Challenges in Customs and Freight Forwarding Operations

Credits: 1
This session will use actual customs invoices to explore common red flags and potential pitfalls encountered with customs-related agents and third parties. Best practices on preventing and detecting problems in customs-related third party relationships will be shared and discussed.
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At the Crossroads of Anti-Bribery Compliance and International Trade Compliance

Credits: 1
**Course Closed due to age of information**Many professionals handling anti-bribery compliance also have responsibility for, or regularly come across, issues related to a company’s compliance with export control, sanctions, customs and anti-boycott regulations. Ben Lindorf will discuss the intersection between anti-bribery compliance and international trade compliance, including areas of overlap, flashpoints to watch out for, and managing third parties and due diligence with an eye to both areas of law.
Course

FCPA Compliance Recommendations for Multi-National Organizations with Chinese Business Operations

Credits: 1
Gain strategies for insulating your company against cross-border risks and recommendations for ensuring your local business operations in China are responsive to local culture and custom without exposing your global business to bribery risk.
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Conducting an Effective Anti-Bribery Risk Assessment

Credits: 1
This webinar, led by Michael Ward, former Senior Director, Compliance Services, TRACE, will cover the best ways to carry-out an effective anti-bribery risk assessment. Topics will include the benefits of a risk assessment, avoiding potential pitfalls, and assessment scoping. The speaker will also address what to do once the risk assessment is complete, communicating the outcome and addressing the results.
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FCPA Trends in the Emerging Markets of China, India, and the Middle East

Credits: 1
FCPA Trends in the Emerging Markets of China, India, and the Middle East
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Right Sizing Your Third Party Due Diligence Program

Credits: 1
This course, led by Seth Rice, Assistant General Counsel and Global Director of Ethics & Compliance at Kennametal, will discuss the due diligence challenges faced by multinational companies operating around the globe and will provide practical guidance on developing, implementing, and managing a cost-effective and risk-based due diligence program.
Closed

Anti-Corruption Due Diligence in M&A Deals in Emerging Markets

Credits: 1
**Course Closed due to age of information**Sharie A. Brown will discuss how to conduct effective anti-corruption due diligence as part of a merger or acquisition in an emerging market country. Ms. Brown will cover strategies for executing an effective review on the ground and best practices for mitigating corruption risk in the larger transaction, along with examples of real life M&A due diligence dilemmas and solutions.
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Conflict Minerals

Credits: 0.5
This course will help you learn what conflict minerals are and who is affected, comply with the U.S. Conflict Minerals Rule and its requirements, and gain awareness of practical compliance steps that companies are taking in furtherance of the rule.
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