Wednesday, September 17, 2008 post-conferences workshops include: Ethics Officers Roundtable, Auditing & Monitoring, Education, and Program Assessment: Developing Meaningful Ethics and Compliance Data to Demonstrate the Effectiveness of Your Program.
General Sessions Topics
Corporate Culture is the theme for the general sessions. Monday's panel discussion - The Government Perspective on Corporate Culture, with Moderator Odell Guyton, Microsoft Corporation's Director of Compliance - offers U.S. Government enforcement representatives' perspective on corporate culture. Tuesday's panel discussion - Shaping Corporate Culture, Moderator Marjorie Doyle, Practice Leader, Ethics and Compliance Solutions, LRN - offers company leaders and ethicists' perspective on how to shape corporate culture within an organization.
Following Tuesday's panel discussion, Cynthia Cooper, CFE, CISA, CPA (State of GA), former WorldCom Chief Audit Executive and author of Extraordinary Circumstances - The Journey of a Corporate Whistleblower, will share her team's experience in uncovering the largest fraud in corporate history.
General Session panelists include: Honorable Judge Rube Castillo
(invited), U.S. Sentencing Commission and U.S. District Court Judge; Mary
Beth Buchanan, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania;
Scott W. Friestad, Associate Director, Division of Enforcement, U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission; Zachary Carter, Partner, Co-Chair,
White Collar Crime and Civil Fraud, Dorsey & Whitney, LLP; Charles Elson,
Chair in Corporate Governance, University of Delaware, Weinberg Center f
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