The Importance of Creating a Coordinated Multi-Jurisdictional Compliance Program
National regulatory programs vary in scope, specificity and methods of enforcement, but the consequences of being found non-compliant are uniformly significant. Join partners from Covington’s Washington, New York, San Francisco and Brussels offices for a webinar discussion of critical issues and key considerations in compliance for life sciences companies as part of our Life Sciences Essentials series.
Panelists and Topics to Include:
Bob Trainor - Essential elements of compliance for multi-national life sciences companies; maintaining robust, coordinated, integrated and agile programs that can keep pace with the demands of increased globalization and regulators’ evolving notions of effective compliance
Mona Patel - Recent enforcement trends and compliance best practices; including a look at recent enforcement actions by U.S. regulators relating to domestic and foreign activities of life sciences companies, and how those resolutions and other guidance from the regulators are shaping international compliance best practices
Eric Carlson - Navigating life science-specific compliance challenges in China amid the enforcement storm; including next steps in the Chinese government’s investigation of multinational life sciences companies, peacetime preparations for if/when the investigation comes and practical tips for dealing with AIC and NDRC during commercial bribery or pricing enforcement
Adem Koyuncu - Compliance developments in Europe; including new Sunshine and transparency rules, recent trends in interactions with HCP, and enforcement activitiesAdvertisement