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Description

This webinar provides an overview of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and explains how a university’s research activities might inadvertently run afoul of this critical statute, often in unexpected ways. The webinar also describes steps an institution should take to monitor and mitigate the risks associated with international research.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the FCPA, including the statute’s key terms and provisions.
  • Recognize high-risk activities, particularly research and other Higher Ed activities.
  • Identify strategies for monitoring and mitigating risk associated with international research.

 

Audience

Compliance Professionals, Faculty, Higher Education Administrators, Institutional Research Officials, Postdoctoral Researchers, Research Administrators, Researchers, Students

 

Meet the Presenter

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Alyssa B. Greenwald, JD, LLM, MA, Yale University

Alyssa B. Greenwald is a Senior Associate General Counsel at Yale University. Her work focuses primarily in the practice areas of Corporate Transactions and Governance, International Law, Health Law, and Research Compliance. Prior to Yale, Alyssa conducted internal investigations and advised clients in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act matters.