Export Compliance and Ethics Seminar
October 30, 2007
New York, NY
- Chiquita Brands International- $25 million criminal fine and must maintain effective compliance and ethics program, 5 years probation
- Supermicro Computers- $275,000 criminal and civil fines
- Yamada America, Inc. - $220,000 civil penalty
- Data Physics- sales manager facing up to 100 years in prison if convicted and the Commerce Department is seeking worldwide export bans and hefty fines.
These are just a few examples of the ramifications for non-compliance with U.S. export regulations. It can happen to any company if the proper compliance and ethics program is not in place. Export compliance is not an option because it affects the bottom line.
This one day seminar designed for executives and attorneys reviews four main components that will ensure that your company is compliant and responsible in its dealings.
Jeff Snyder is one of the Session Leaders at this seminar.
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