Washington, D.C. — March 26, 2012 — Matthew J. Feeley, a Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC litigation shareholder, is a featured panelist at this year's Global Compliance Symposium, held March 27-28 in Washington, D.C.
Feeley will participate in a panel discussion, "CHINA: What Does its Foreign Bribery Provision Really Mean for Your Company?" on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other compliance concerns related to the world's second-largest economy.
About the Symposium
Hosted by editors from Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal, the Global Compliance Symposium provides practical strategies for developing strong compliance programs with leading government officials. Focused breakout sessions will allow participants to drill-down into key areas of interest, including anti-money laundering, compliance technologies, financial services, insider trading, social media and global business concerns.
Matthew J. Feeley focuses his practice on international commercial litigation with particular emphasis in the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and complex civil matters. He has a particular interest in counseling non-U.S. entities on how to develop effective FCPA compliance programs, how to avoid potential FCPA problems and how to address FCPA problems when they arise.
About the Firm
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC (www.bipc.com) serves Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, mid-sized, small and emerging businesses, and individuals from its offices in Pennsylvania, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, Washington, D.C., California, and Delaware. Buchanan focuses on multiple industry and law specific practice areas within each of its core disciplines: Corporate, Litigation, Intellectual Property, Energy, Financial Services, Tax, Labor & Employment, Regulatory & Government Relations, Health Care and Real Estate.