Taft antitrust partners Jeanne M. Cors and Arthur McMahon, III will serve as moderators and panelists at the Ohio State Bar Association’s Nov. 10 seminar “Corporate Compliance in the New Economy.” The daylong seminar will provide an in-depth analysis of compliance best practices and will cover a wide range of subject matter areas, including:
- Antitrust compliance programs.
• Their need, design and implementation.
• The role of corporate compliance in antitrust enforcement.
• Innovation in compliance training.
• Developing views of the enforcers.
- Health care compliance programs.
- The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance programs and issues.
- SEC compliance program and related issues.
Cors focuses her practice in the areas of antitrust and white collar criminal defense, representing clients ranging from individuals to small privately-owned companies and partnerships to multi-national corporations. She has extensive experience litigating complex antitrust and criminal matters, including class actions, and routinely counsels corporate clients on all aspects of antitrust law and anti-corruption statutes, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and UK Bribery Act.
McMahon advises boards of directors and senior management of public companies on corporate governance and securities matters, including internal and governmental investigations, accounting restatements, FCPA and other anti-corruption matters, major business combinations and compliance with SEC and stock exchange requirements.