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White Collar Crime Risks Facing Canadian Businesses

White Collar Crime, Investigations & Compliance Seminar
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Where 2900-550 Burrard Street,
Vancouver, BC
V6C 0A3
Canada
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Canadian businesses have a hard-earned reputation for being sound, well-managed and ethical. 

However, in today’s environment, an increasing number of businesses are facing unappreciated and unexpected exposure to white collar criminal and regulatory liability. Any number of situations can bring these threats to light, whether uncovered by a third party audit, a disgruntled whistleblower, a major financial shock or an industrial accident. The costs, risks and reputational damage can have devastating consequences for corporations, management and shareholder value. It is essential that businesses understand the risks and consequences posed by potential white collar and regulatory charges, and are prepared to respond decisively when they arise.

Fasken Martineau invites you to this complimentary breakfast seminar on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 where we will discuss:

  • Corporate behaviour that is considered White Collar Crime;
  • The most common investigations and prosecutions happening in today’s business environment - How you can mitigate your organisation’s exposure to White Collar Crime;
  • What really happens when you or your business are under investigation; and 
  • How your business can recover in the aftermath of an investigation.

Our lawyers work firsthand with public and private sector clients, governments, large organizations and smaller businesses and individuals. 

Drawing from first-hand experience in high profile criminal cases and referencing case studies highlighting what you should and shouldn’t do, our experts will provide you with unique insight into the complex reality of White Collar Crime facing businesses today.

Presenters:

Agenda:

  • 7:30am - 8:00am - Breakfast and Networking
  • 8:00am - 9:30am - Discussion

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Accreditation

Lawyers may apply this 1.5 hour seminar credit towards their CPD requirements with the Law Society of British Columbia.

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