Please join us at our next Business Breakfast Seminar on 19 September 2018 to discuss relevant US law that affects non-US legal and natural persons outside of the US.
You will hear practical tips on legal risk factors to consider when working with US partners, investing in US companies, serving as a board member or acting as an agent of a US enterprise, and under what circumstances US laws may apply to you or your business.
The Business Breakfast Seminar is aimed at companies and individuals thinking of, or currently, doing business in the US or with US partners, at banks, and at anyone interested in the extraterritorial reach of US law.
FEDERAL US LAWS AFFECTING NON-US PERSONS: EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF THE FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT AND ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING LEGISLATION AND THEIR IMPACT ON NON-US COMPANIES IN THE BALTICS AND BEYOND
- When does certain anti-corruption and anti-money laundering federal United States law apply to non-US persons?
- What are some affirmative defenses to causes of action under the Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA) and other relevant laws?
- How have recent developments in FCPA and banking and AML jurisprudence changed the playing field?
Discussion is led by: Anna Mandel, BDO Law Senior Associate, US Desk
PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK TO REGISTER
When? 19 September 2018. Registration and breakfast at 9.10 AM. Discussion begins at 9.30 AM
Length? Approx. 1 h
Where? BDO Law, Kaļķu iela 15, 3rd floor, Riga
Participation fee: Free; limited seating