Former Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty just added to 12th Annual Compliance and Ethics Institute conference program

Aug 19, 2013, 10:00 ET from Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics

McNulty's "To Disclose or Not Disclose" is one of 10 lively and interactive Advanced Discussion Groups track sessions available

MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "To Disclose or Not Disclose," lead by Former U.S. Deputy Attorney General and current Partner with Baker & McKenzie, Paul McNulty, has been added to the Advanced Discussion Group track of the 12th Annual Compliance and Ethics Institute program, the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics announced today.  The Compliance and Ethics Institute will be held October 6-9, 2013, at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC. 

"Not every issue discussed at a conference belongs in a panel discussion or a conventional talk," said SCCE CEO Roy Snell. "Some topics call for a lot of give and take among the attendees, with the presenter acting as a facilitator of the dialogue. The Advanced Discussion Group sessions help compliance professionals learn both from the presenter and each other, and to flesh out the subtle issues that can have an enormous impact on compliance program effectiveness."

Mr. McNulty's session, "To Disclose or Not Disclose," scheduled for Tuesday, October 8, 2013, will address the risks and benefits associated self-disclosures and the importance of maintaining a comprehensive compliance program. The Morgan Stanley and Ralph Lauren Corporation cases are two examples of the benefits of self-disclosure. 

Other Advanced Discussion Group Sessions
The other dynamic Advanced Discussion Group sessions offered at the Compliance and Ethics Institute will include:

-"Compliance Program Self-Assessment," Speaker: John Falcetano, CHC-F, CIA, CCEP-F, CHRC, CHPC, chief audit and compliance officer, Vidant Health;
-"Would Your Culture Pass Muster with the Feds?," Speaker: David Gebler, president, Skout Group, LLC;
-"A Global Vendor Code of Ethics & Business Conduct," Speaker: Web Hull, senior privacy & compliance specialist, Iron Mountain;
-"Does Your Violations Reporting System Measure Up?," Speaker: Al Gagne, MBA, CCEP, former director, ethics & compliance, Textron Systems Corporation (retired);
-"Getting the Most Out of Compliance Committees," Speakers: Paula Saddler, principal, Hudson-Ethics Consulting, Margaret Steenrod, CCEP, SPHR, director, Pacific Financial Center, LLC;
-"What To Do When No One Will Listen," Speaker: Andrea Bonime-Blanc, JD, Ph.D., chief executive officer and founder, GEC Risk Advisory, LLC;
-"Influencing Decision-Making," Speakers: Jennifer O'Brien, chief Medicare compliance officer, United Healthcare Medicare & Reimbursement, Shawn DeGroot, associate director, Navigant;
-"Be Careful What You Wish For: Monitoring, Incentives and Unintended Consequences," Speaker Scott Killingsworth, partner, Bryan Cave LLP;
-"Overcoming Regulatory Barriers to Employee Engagement with Ethics and Compliance Programs," Speakers: Charles D. Chadwick, vice president, contracts and business conduct, BAE Systems, Inc., and Steve Priest, founder, Ethical Leadership Group

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About the Compliance & Ethics Institute
SCCE's Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute, being held on October 6-9, 2013, at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC, is the primary education and networking event for professionals working in compliance and ethics around the world. At this meeting, attendees learn the latest methods and strategies for developing and improving their compliance programs in this rapidly growing and evolving profession.

The Compliance & Ethics Institute features more than 100 educational sessions, 130 speakers and in addition to the Advanced Discussion track, offers five other specialized educational tracks including:

-Risk Track
-Hot Topics in Compliance Track
-Multinational/International Track
-Case Study Track

About the SCCE
The Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics (SCCE), headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, is a non-profit professional member association that serves compliance and ethics professionals globally. The association provides resources and training to compliance professionals and champions ethical practices and compliance standards.

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