Compliance Training – an Essential Element to Having a Credible and Effective Compliance Program 

May 23, 2018
Online

The CBA Competition Law Section’s Corporate Counsel and Compliance Committee presents:

 

Compliance Training – an Essential Element to Having a Credible and Effective Compliance Program

May 23, 2018 | 12:00-1:30 PM Eastern | Teleconference

Panelists will discuss their best ideas for how to effectively deliver competition law compliance training.

The discussion will include how to develop a training and communications plan, types of training, whether training differs depending on the behaviour to be guarded against, the challenges in delivering training within a multi-jurisdictional and multi-lingual entity, and the use of technology to facilitate training.


Moderator
Terry Stechysin, Acting Director of Compliance, Competition Bureau
Terence Stechysin, CCEP-I, is the Acting Director of Compliance at the Competition Bureau, where he leads the Bureau’s Compliance Unit. Terry joined the Bureau in 2002, and has held a variety of positions as an investigator, lead officer and Major Case Director in the areas of merger enforcement and policy development, having led major enforcement files, including the Loblaws/Shoppers Drug Mart, Tervita, Suncor/Petro-Canada matters and the Agricore litigation and related merger reviews, and led or contributed to the development of a number of the Bureau’s enforcement policies and guidelines.  More recently, he led the effort to revise the Bureau’s Corporate Compliance Programs Bulletin, to establish the Compliance Unit, and to promote corporate compliance in both the private and public sectors.

Speakers
Katie Hellings, Partner, Hogan Lovells
Katie is a partner in the White Collar and Antitrust practice groups at Hogan Lovells, where she represents clients in complex white collar and internal investigations, including criminal antitrust, fraud, and corruption investigations. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, she was a DOJ prosecutor for nearly 11 years. For 3 years, she was Assistant Chief of the National Criminal Enforcement Section, Antitrust Division. In that role, she managed teams of trial attorneys and law enforcement personnel investigating and prosecuting cartel cases, FCPA violations, and wire fraud, mail fraud, bribery, kickback, and obstruction cases. She prosecuted 2 of the largest international cartel investigations in history: air transportation and auto parts.

Michael Osborne, Partner, Cassels Brock
Michael is a partner at Cassels Brock’s Advocacy and Competition, Antitrust & Foreign Investment Groups, where he represents parties in competition matters, including cartel investigations, class actions, Competition Tribunal proceedings, and mergers.  Michael acts in a variety of commercial disputes before courts and arbitral tribunals (domestic and international), including contractual disputes, international sale of goods, shareholders' disputes, commercial fraud, and employment matters.  Michael also acts in a variety of regulatory or white collar crime matters, such as Corruption of Foreign Public Officials and Canada's Anti-Spam Law.

Anne Riley, Group Antitrust Counsel and Associate General Counsel, Shell International Limited
Anne is the Leader of Shell's Global Antitrust Team, a member of Shell's global Ethics and Compliance Office Leadership Team, Vice-Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce’s Global Competition Commission, Chair of ICC’s UK Competition Panel; Chair of ICC’s global working group on Antitrust Compliance Programmes, and Non-Governmental Advise appointed by the DG COMP for the ICN (International Competition Network).

Joe Murphy, Director of Public Policy, Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics
For 40 years, Joe Murphy, CCEP, has been a tireless champion of compliance and ethics in organizations and has done work in this field on six continents. Practicing for twenty years in-house, and twenty years as an outside advisor in the field of organizational compliance and ethics, Joe has advised governments, companies, non-governmental organizations and universities around the world about the nuances of implementing an effective compliance and ethics program.  Joe is author of 501 Ideas for Your Compliance & Ethics Program and A Compliance & Ethics Program on a Dollar a Day. He is a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional and a member of the board of the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics. 
 

 

Please note: Dial- in information will be emailed to you the day before the session.

 

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    DATE AND TIME
    May 23, 2018
    12:00 pm - 1:30 pm (Eastern)

    DIAL-IN
    Instructions will be sent via email the day prior to the event.

    COST
    Free for CBA Competition Law Section members and members of the Competition Bureau

    Competition Bureau Members, please email the Competition Bureau Learning Unit at ic.cblearningunit-uniteapprentissagebc.ic@canada.ca to REGISTER for this event.
     

     

 

CONTACT INFO

Augusta Acquah
CBA National Office
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