With the growing trend of globalization and continuous advancements in technology, more and more businesses are looking to increase their market footprint and conduct their business on a global scale. With this said, lawyers need to ensure they are up to date on the ins and outs of international transactions. Join our expert panel to equip yourself with the tools you will need for all aspects of cross-border deals, including methods of structuring agreements, ensuring the deal is in compliance with international regulations and anti-corruption rules, and reviewing best practices for arbitrating issues.
Following the program, Gardiner Roberts LLP will host a cocktail reception in honour of Lauren Rachlin, the driving force behind the development of the OBA-NYSBA (New York State Bar Association) Ontario-New York Legal Summit and former Business Law Executive, International Business Law Sub Committee Chair. Rachlin's vision led to the development of Global Law Day as well.
Eileen M. Martin, Barclay Damon LLP
TABLE OF CONTENTS
From Contract Drafting to Enforcement: What You Should Know About International Arbitration
Jay G. Safer, Wollmuth Maher & Deutsch LLP
Global Compliance with Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Compliance Laws
Paul Lalonde, Dentons LLP
Extracting Corruption - Canada's ESTMA and the Global Trend towards Transparency
Joseph Groia and Shakaira John, Groia & Company