Co-sponsored by the Health Law and Food,
Drug & Device Law
The Department of Justice Criminal Fraud Section
recently released the “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” guidance
document. This publication emphasizes that compliance and remediation
efforts are scrutinized by prosecutors at all stages of an investigation.
With the backdrop of the healthcare and life sciences industries, this program
will discuss current enforcement priorities of relevant agencies and examine how
this new compliance guidance aligns with traditional guidance to inform
compliance program priorities and resource allocation.
The CLE will carefully examine ethical
considerations imposed by the DOJ guidance, as well as predicate ethical
practices guidance documents issued by the Department of Health & Human
Services and industry trade associations. The program will provide
historical context for this review of ethical practices rules by describing the
evolution of compliance programs in these industries. Attendees will gain
valuable insight into how an entity’s ethical culture can become an aggravating
or mitigating factor in DOJ charging decisions and the effect a strong
compliance program can have on post-resolution oversight requirements.
Breakfast and registration will start at
7:30 a.m. The CLE program will begin at 8:00
Partner | Hogan Lovells
1.0 Ethics CLE Credit Approved | Event Code: 237632
Teleconference is available ONLY. Please indicate that you will attend
remotely when registering. Instructions will be sent via e-mail on
Thursday, April 20.
Health Law and/or Food Drug & Device Law Section Members:
$15.00MSBA Members not a member of the Health Law and/or Food Drug
& Device Law Sections: $20.00Non-MSBA Members: $30.00Law
Students: FreeNew Admittees (Attorneys Admitted to the Minnesota Bar after
January 1, 2016): FreeJoin the Health Law and/or Food Drug
& Device Law Sections: MSBA members who are not members of the
Health Law or Food Drug & Device Law Sections can join and attend this
CLE for FREE. Click here to add the section to your
membership and then contact Geen Mui to
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