8th WWL Conference: breakout - practical issues arising from global compliance

8th World Women Lawyers' Conference
From courtroom to boardroom: the impact of women
12-13 April 2018
Royal Horseguards Hotel, One Whitehall Place, London, UK
This interactive session discusses hot topics in compliance from a multi-national perspective and consider how to address current issues, ensuring that you have a robust compliance framework in place. What is the impact of mandatory internal compliance programs such as SAPIN II, recently introduced in France? How do you approach
conflict of laws and deal with legislation which has extraterritorial effect. What are the risks/advantages arising from incentivising whistleblowing? How do you monitor and control the use of social media and applications such as Snapchat and WhatsApp by your employees? Our expert panellists will be engaging with the audience to discuss the
many challenges faced by in-house counsel in an increasingly complex compliance space and providing insight into the expectations of regulators.
Session Moderators
Hannah Laming Peters & Peters, London; Regional Representative Europe, IBA Business Crime Committee
Dominika Stepinska-Duch Raczkowski Paruch, Warsaw; Membership Officer, IBA Women Lawyers’ Interest Group
Frederic Bellanca DS Avocats, Paris
Robert J Cleary Proskauer, New York
Adriana de Buerba Perez-Llorca, Madrid; Conference Quality Officer, IBA Criminal Law Committee
Karla Lini Maeji TozziniFreire Advogados, Sao Paulo