Baker McKenzie is pleased to invite you to our virtual annual conference Supply Chain Risks & Rewards in Emerging Markets.

In addition to providing the latest updates on regional and industry specific supply chain compliance developments, this webinar series will focus on cutting edge issues in supply chain risk management—including the key developments from the Biden Administration, trade considerations and the impact of the growing environmental, social and governance (ESG) movement. Professionals from various industries who represent a wide array of supply chain related fields will join us to share the latest best practices from the fast developing world of supply chain risk management.

All webinars will begin at 11:30 AM Central (US), will cover two topics, and are scheduled to run for approximately 90 minutes. If you reside in a different time zone and wish to verify your time please click on the following link: www.timeanddate.com.

All webinars are complimentary and you can register for as many as you would like.

Upcoming Webinar Dates and Topics
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Thursday,
April 1
Supply Chain Conference Session I  
The Biden Administration First 60 Days – significant supply chain regulatory impacts and what the future holds  
ESG and Supply Chains – today’s best practices to meet tomorrow’s legal obligations
Tuesday,
April 6
Supply Chain Conference Session II
Data in the Supply Chain – key digitalization, cyber, and IP considerations
Customs Regulations and Sanctions Around the World – the latest impact on corporate supply chains
Thursday,
April 8
Supply Chain Conference Session III
Inoculating Supply Chains – restructuring in a world of disruption
The Supply Chain Companies You Keep – practical considerations for efficiently managing growing third party legal risk
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Author

Reagan Demas has significant experience working on behalf of companies and investors in emerging markets and high risk jurisdictions. He has managed major legal compliance investigations for a variety of Fortune 500 companies and negotiated settlements before the US Department of Justice, US Securities and Exchange Commission, and other federal and state regulatory entities, obtaining declinations in a number of matters. He has also conducted risk assessments and due diligence in a variety of legal compliance matters for companies across industries, and has worked on the ground evaluating partnerships, investments and other business opportunities worldwide. Reagan has written and spoken extensively on corruption, business ethics, human rights-related legal obligations and emerging regulatory regimes.

Author

Aleesha Fowler is an associate in Baker McKenzie’s North American Litigation Practice Group in New York, New York. She has experience in the areas of white collar criminal defense, internal investigations, regulatory compliance matters, and complex civil litigation. Aleesha focuses her practice on white collar criminal defense, internal investigations, regulatory and compliance matters, and complex civil litigation. She has significant experience representing financial institutions under investigation by the US Department of Justice, the US Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA, and the OCC. She also has experience advising companies (both domestic and foreign) on their compliance with the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.