Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend and the Corporate Leadership Forum Host Anti-Corruption Webinar
Kilpatrick Townsend Partner Adria Perez Serves as Co-Presenter
ATLANTA (September 17) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton and the Corporate Leadership Forum are pleased to host a webinar presentation on “The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and International Anti-Corruption Efforts.” The webinar will be held on Tuesday, September 22.
Presenters include Kilpatrick Townsend Partner Adria Perez, Michael-Bryant Hicks, of Providence Service Corporation, and Leslie Benton, of CREATe.org. The presentation will cover new developments in government anti-corruption efforts; the latest enforcement trends; management’s roles, responsibilities and liabilities for anti-corruption programs; and tips for strengthening your company’s compliance program.
Ms. Perez focuses her practice on representing both corporations and individuals in white collar criminal defense matters, government enforcement issues, as well as internal, criminal and SEC investigations. Her experience includes handling issues relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, False Claims Act (including government contracting, healthcare and tax matters), Civil Investigative Demands and export enforcement. Ms. Perez assists clients in responding to inquiries from and government investigations conducted by the DOJ, SEC, OCC and Office of Inspector General from a variety of federal agencies. She also counsels clients on developing and strengthening compliance programs and policies.
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Adria L. Perez
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