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Webinar: How to Avoid Corruption Risks in China

CHINA_CORRUPTIONAugust 13, 2013, 12 Noon – 1 PM

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The recent headlines on China’s expanding anti-corruption investigation and enforcement action is a significant event in global anti-corruption enforcement. For companies operating in China, the risks have now increased exponentially. Companies need to redouble their compliance and ethics programs in China to minimize the risk of an enforcement action.

Join Michael Volkov, CEO of The Volkov Law Group, as he discusses anti-corruption enforcement risks and compliance issues in China.

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  1. Peter Balacs says:

    I would like to mention a point raised by Mr Volkov in his blog – which is the clearest I’ve seen – about the Tiger Woods controversy at the Atlanta Masters 2013. The blog was dated 30 May, and I understand that comments are closed. However, the blog only appeared on my screen today, 3 August, when I logged on. I am a newcomer to golf, but one of the things I’ve been told is that, before handing scorecards in, players should exchange cards for comparison and checking for correctness. Does this practice not apply in professional tournaments? I can only infer this if, as Mr Volkov says, Tiger handed in an incorrect scorecard, which omitted the penalty strokes awarded against him. Sincerely, Peter Balacs