Speaking Engagements

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Roundtable Discussion

2014 Global Congress on Travel Risk Management

Gardere Partner Charles E. Meacham will be leading a roundtable discussion at the 2014 Global Congress on Travel Risk Management on Oct. 13. The roundtable will focus on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and how it impacts travel risk policies.

The Global Congress on Travel Risk Management is a two-day conference geared toward travel professionals who are directly or indirectly responsible for the legality, safety or security of mobile people, data or property. Attendees will learn about best practices, benchmark current policies across industries, view the latest safety and security products and services available, and discover the results of the most recent research being conducted around the world.

Additional information about the conference can be accessed here.

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