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Global Compliance Channel

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  • Dodd-Frank, Bounties, Whistleblowing and the Future of Compliance
    Dodd-Frank, Bounties, Whistleblowing and the Future of Compliance
    Marvin Pickholz & Jonathan Armstrong Recorded: Oct 13 2010 30 mins
    The Dodd-Frank Act will impact a wide range of compliance issues, including data protection, privilege and notions of when a lawyer working in-house would be recognized as a lawyer and not as a businessman. In Europe, Dodd-Frank has echoes in the 14 September decision by the ECJ in the Akzo Nobel case, holding that attorney-client privilege does not apply to advice from in-house lawyers.
  • Pushing Product Online - Blogs, Bugs & Behavioural Ads
    Pushing Product Online - Blogs, Bugs & Behavioural Ads
    Glenn Manishin & Jonathan Armstrong - Duane Morris LLP Recorded: Aug 12 2010 31 mins
    This month's webcast will cover the challenges of advertising and promoting a brand online. Glenn Manishin will cover the latest on the FTC's activities on blogging, behavioural advertising and online tracking live from DC. Jonathan Armstrong will look at developments in Europe including recent activity from advertising and privacy regulators and from the European Commission.
  • The Legal Issues with Cloud Computing
    The Legal Issues with Cloud Computing
    Jonathan P. Armstrong Recorded: May 27 2010 26 mins
    All you ever wanted to know about the legal risks of cloud computing, but were too afraid to ask. In this month's webcast acclaimed technology lawyer Jonathan Armstrong gives a quick rundown of the legal issues of cloud computing including the latest news on regulatory developments in Europe, USA and Canada. Jonathan also discusses the UK regulator's draft checklist for cloud vendors and purchasers.
  • Social Media & The Law - Part 2
    Social Media & The Law - Part 2
    Sandra Jeskie & Jonathan P. Armstrong - Duane Morris LLP Recorded: Apr 29 2010 31 mins
    Join us for a review of the second part of our review of the legal issues associated with social media and 'the new generation'. Experts from Duane Morris in Europe and the US look at the risks for corporations presented by social networks and how to minimize them. The emphasis this time around will be on the threats to intellectual property, regulatory activity and the need for transparency. We'll also walk through our checklist of steps you can take to reduce the risks including tips on how to draft your own social media policy and how to respond to a social media crisis.
  • The Legal Issues with Social Media - Part 1
    The Legal Issues with Social Media - Part 1
    Jonathan P. Armstrong & Sandra Jeskie - Duane Morris LLP Recorded: Apr 1 2010 29 mins
    Join us for a review of the legal issues associated with social media and 'the new generation'. Experts from Duane Morris in Europe and the US look at the risks for corporations presented by social networks and how to minimize them. Topics covered include the risks of blogging, IP issues, twitter and the Robbie Hastie case - possibly the world's first criminal conviction for social networking.
  • Data protection, data security & privacy law-recent developments
    Data protection, data security & privacy law-recent developments
    Jonathan P. Armstrong & Sandra A. Jeskie - Duane Morris LLP Recorded: Feb 25 2010 34 mins
    2010 has already seen significant data legislation developments with new UK legislation. The end of 2009 saw a new EU Directive, the bedding down of new legislation in Germany and more US law. The coming months will keep up the pace of change. Our webcast shows you what the coming months will bring and how you need to change what you do now to meet those challenges. Presented by Sandra Jeskie live from Philadelphia and Jonathan Armstrong live from London this 30 minute update gives a global take on the year ahead.
  • 2010 - The Global Compliance Agenda
    2010 - The Global Compliance Agenda
    Jonathan P. Armstrong - Duane Morris LLP Recorded: Jan 21 2010 29 mins
    Jonathan Armstrong - with information from a team of legal experts from leading global law firms - presents his annual review of compliance events for the year just gone - and looks at what 2010 might have in store. Special emphasis is placed on the issues US corporations will have when doing business in Europe. Join us for a roundup of 2009 and predictions of the major compliance issues of 2010
  • Information Security&The Law:  Webbugs & Spyware
    Information Security&The Law: Webbugs & Spyware
    Jonathan P. Armstrong Recorded: Jul 23 2009 28 mins
    Webbugs (also known as web beacons and clear gifs) appear on almost every corporation's website. But do you know what they do? How does the law work? What is the risk to you? Who can litigate or prosecute over their use? In this practical webcast Jonathan explains the basics behind the technology and its use and looks at the latest cases - including the FTC's June settlement - to show the dangers. He also looks at the political momentum behind change in the US and in Europe explaining why this is likely to be one of the hot compliance topics of the next 12 months.
  • Whistleblowing: Challenges in running a helpline in Europe
    Whistleblowing: Challenges in running a helpline in Europe
    Jonathan P. Armstrong Recorded: Jun 18 2009 30 mins
    The issues around compliance helplines & whistleblowing in Europe are well known with employee push back, works councils taking corporations to court and data privacy issues. But helplines form the backbone of most compliance programs. How can these issues be resolved? In the June webcast Jonathan gives his perspective on how to find a way through the minefield.
  • Bribery&Corruption- Prevention&Cure -FCPA, Europe & More: Part 2
    Bribery&Corruption- Prevention&Cure -FCPA, Europe & More: Part 2
    Jonathan P. Armstrong Recorded: May 21 2009 30 mins
    The May webcast on the Global Compliance Channel will focus on bribery & corruption building on last month's. Corruption has been headline news around the world in the last few months. In the second webcast we'll talk about the challenges in running an internal investigation and suggest practical steps you can take now to prevent or minimize the impact. We'll also look at new UK anti-bribery legislation.

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