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September 21-23, 2009 HEAR FROM PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS: Washington, D.C. Baker & McKenzie Baker Hughes Foreign Corrupt Barrick Gold Corporation Citigroup Coca-Cola Ltd. Dow Jones Federal Bureau of Investigation Practices Act TM General Electric Company Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher Google Inc. Holland & Knight Deﬁning New Strategies in Global Anti-Corruption for 2009 and Beyond Honeywell International Lockheed Martin Corporation McDonald’s Corporation Merrill Lynch Morgan Lewis Morgan Stanley Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development Pﬁzer Inc. Raytheon Company Shearman & Sterling Siemens AG This is the Premiere FCPA Event Expert Advisory Board: The Ethisphere Institute in the U.S. to learn about: Nancy Z. Boswell The Fairfax Group TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL Transparency International USA The potent new risk of charging individuals for violations Alexander Brigham, Executive Director Tyco International THE ETHISPHERE INSTITUTE The latest enforcement U.S. Department of Justice Sharie A. Brown, Partner, DLA PIPER priorities from the DOJ U.S. Securities and and SEC Joel Kirsch, Vice President, Chief Compliance Exchange Commission Ofﬁcer and Associate General Counsel Lessons learned from recent SIEMENS CORPORATION United Nations Ofﬁce on investigations and prosecutions Drugs and Crime Paul J. McNulty, (Former Deputy AG of the U.S.) Wolff & Sampson Which industries are exposed to the most risk—and why Philip Urofsky, Partner, SHEARMAN & STERLING The coming changes in FCPA EARN CLE CREDITS! enforcement Government Representation: Steven Tyrrell, Chief, Fraud Section – Criminal Division The incredibly valuable lessons U.S. DOJ for every American company learned from the Siemens Mark F. Mendelsohn, Deputy Chief, Fraud Section, Criminal Division, U.S. DOJ experience Donald W. Freese, Supervisory Special Agent, The differences between International Program Manager, permissible gifts—and bribes Public Corruption Unit, FBI Cutting-edge methods for Stephanie Shuler, Branch Chief, Division of Enforcement, U.S. SEC overcoming corruption risks Gary Grindler, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, The newest exposure for banks: US. Department of Justice corruption charges And many more! Sponsors: Media Partners: Supporting Partners: Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NETWORK WITH YOUR PEERS! Foreign Corrupt Director of Corporate Conduct and Compliance Compliance and Ethics Practices Act TM Ofﬁcers Compliance Counsel Dear Colleague, General Counsel There has been a recent enormous explosion in FCPA and anti-corruption Vice Presidents and Directors of: enforcement by U.S. and foreign governments all around the world.That explosion Corporate Compliance has now produced unprecedented risk everywhere. Legal Affairs Just consider: the annual number of FCPA enforcement actions alone has increased over fourteen Special Investigations fold from 2003-2009. And that ﬁgure does not take into account the enforcement actions by Business Conduct foreign anti-corruption authorities who are now working hand-in-hand with the American Ethics government. Integrity As the risks keep spreading to more and more industries, no American company can even Corporate Social remotely afford the consequences of non-compliance. Responsibility Those consequences have now become quite severe: heavy civil and criminal International Trade and penalties for both individuals and corporations; large proﬁt losses and, ever more, the Regulatory imposition of expensive independent monitors on companies who break the rules. Internal Audit Is your company completely up-to-date in its strategic planning to meet those risks? Contracts The increasingly difﬁcult and changing challenges are impossible to meet without an effective Trade Compliance anti-corruption and compliance program that requires constant reassessment. Why even take the Sustainable Development chance? That is why IQPC is holding its Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Minimizing Risk and Deﬁning New Strategies in Global Anti-Corruption in the heart of the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. on September 21-23, 2009. This is an outstanding learning experience. After extensively researching the most cutting-edge and up-to-date developments, IQPC will bring together all of the leading experts in FCPA: government ofﬁcials, general counsel, outside counsel, and consultants who spend all of their waking hours working with the legislation, its implementation and its consequences. Through the use of interactive case studies, you will learn: The potent new risks against individuals in corporations—and how to defend them How to build the right set of controls to prevent violations The industries at greatest risk—now including the banks How to incorporate the important changes that are required for your ALSO: compliance program as a result of recent cases against both companies and Forensic Accountants the individuals involved in them Heads of Investigation The best steps you can take to design and implement due diligence on any prospective Forensic Investigators foreign third party relationship Prosecutors The latest rules on when—and how—to make voluntary disclosure What you can do—and not do—when courting foreign companies and Certiﬁed Fraud Examiners government ofﬁcials How to incorporate the strongest FCPA auditing requirements into your Private practitioners in: company’s compliance program Fraud How to effectively deal with and control the costs arising from the imposition of Corporate Crime expensive monitors—if it ever happens to you How to fully prepare for the growth in investigations Anti-Money Laundering White Collar You cannot afford to miss the premiere FCPA event in America! International Trade and I look forward to seeing you in Washington D.C.! Business Transactions Kindest regards, Foreign Investment Regulatory Compliance Corporate Compliance Fred Sagal, MA., LL.M and Governance Conference Director Administrative Law Internal Investigation 2 Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728 or email: email@example.com
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS Monday, September 21, 2009 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. WORKSHOP A 1:30-4:30 WORKSHOP B FCPA COMPLIANCE CHALLENGES IN EMERGING MARKETS: AN INTRICATE GUIDE TO CONDUCTING DUE DILIGENCE IN ENFORCEMENT GOES GLOBAL DIFFERENT COUNTRIES: AN INVALUABLE GUIDE FOR EVERY AMERICAN CORPORATE OFFICIAL IN ANTI-CORRUPTION When doing business in any foreign jurisdiction, companies should make every effort Recent experiences in enforcement have clearly shown that any company which to align their business strategy closely with local cultures, languages, business practices does international business will face serious civil and criminal consequences as and regulations. In emerging markets like Brazil, Argentina,Venezuela, Russia, India, and well as severe ﬁnancial penalties if the foreign third parties they deal with commit China, however, certain generally accepted business practices add a layer of risk for bribery or other corrupt moves. Continual compliance becomes a strong corruption and bribery that require companies to carefully oversee and monitor their imperative. But the exact nature of that compliance is often not understood by businesses to limit the risk of FCPA violations. ofﬁcials in U.S. companies. Strong compliance programs and effective internal investigations are essential to In this interactive workshop, you will learn from top experts in the ﬁeld of due managing these risks. This interactive workshop will guide you through the compliance diligence about the strategies that are required to stop this. You will ﬁnd out how steps necessary to identify control and environmental weaknesses and to protect your to investigate your potential business partners and get up-to-date information on: company against potential FCPA violations in emerging markets. The exact requirements you are expected to know about your foreign It will also outline the process of conducting a cross-border, anti-corruption partners or intermediaries investigation that seeks to preserve the integrity of the investigation while balancing How to establish a policy for due diligence issues like the attorney client privilege and work product protection, the challenges of How to gather information about the ofﬁcers and directors of the foreign partners or intermediaries while still honoring privacy laws international evidence gathering, cooperation with foreign and U.S. authorities, adhering The steps required to monitor intermediaries once you establish your to local customs and cultural sensitivities, and managing the unique obstacles present in relationship with them emerging markets. The steps you should perform for in-house due diligence Amy Conway-Hatcher Using cost-effective measures to carry on your due diligence Partner Kevin Abikoff MORGAN, LEWIS & BOCKIUS Partner Maria Gonzalez Calvet HUGHES HUBBARD MORGAN, LEWIS & BOCKIUS Larry V. Buel Tara Flanagan Director, International and Domestic Agreements, Compliance Director,World Wide Public Sector Compliance & Product Security RAYTHEON COMPANY CISCO SYSTEMS Robert Rosen Johanna Rogers Risk & Compliance Specialist Chief of Compliance and Chief Compliance Ofﬁcer DOW JONES SUNGARD Anne Caputo Executive Director, DOW JONES & COMPANY President, SPECIAL LIBRARIES ASSOCIATION Main Conference | Day One | Tuesday, September 22, 2009 7:45 REGISTRATION AND COFFEE Changing compliance expectations by enforcement agencies The likelihood of concurrent U.S. and international investigation 8:30 CO-CHAIRS’ OPENING REMARKS Increased competitor reports because of corrupt activities Moderator: 8:45 THE IMPORTANT NEW TRENDS IN FCPA Philip Urofsky ENFORCEMENT: LOOKING AT 2009 AND BEYOND Partner The number of FCPA enforcement actions pursued by U.S. authorities SHEARMAN & STERLING LLP has recently increased dramatically. So has the corresponding rise in (Formerly Assistant Chief of the Fraud Section of the Department of Justice) the penalties paid by companies in settlement of enforcement actions. In 2003, there were two actions. That ﬁgure increased to 42 in 2007— Panel: and the number for 2008 almost equaled that. The ﬁgures for 2009 Donald W. Freese reﬂect that same trend. Eight-ﬁgure FCPA penalties have now become Supervisory Special Agent, International Program Manager Public Corruption Unit commonplace. And these staggering numbers are just the beginning FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION of the FCPA enforcement actions—far more is about to happen to Steven Tyrrell corporations of every size who engage in corruption. Chief, Fraud Section – Criminal Division This session is moderated by a prominent Washington lawyer who, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE when he was with the DOJ, tried more FCPA cases than any other Stephanie Shuler attorney.You will learn about: Branch Chief, Division of Enforcement The potent new risk: how the authorities are charging U.S. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION individuals or the corporations separately and in sequence to build their case 10:00 NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK Lessons learned from recent investigations and prosecutions The signiﬁcant increases in costs for violators 10:30 THE GLOBAL ANTI-CORRUPTION EFFORTS The latest enforcement priorities from the DOJ and SEC Assessing the OECD, OAS and UN convention and its impact Which industries are exposed to the most risk — and why? on eradicating anti-corruption Media Partners: Don't Miss Early Bird Pricing! See p.7 for Details. 3
Main Conference | Day One | Tuesday, September 22, 2009 Recent anti-corruption initiatives and enforcements in 12:30 NETWORKING LUNCHEON FOR emerging markets SPEAKERS AND DELEGATES Comparative regional risks: CEE, Asia, Latin America and Middle Gary Grindler East/Africa, including China, India and Russia Deputy Assistant Attorney General The other players: OECD, the United Nations and US. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Transparency International You will gain an interesting perspective from Mr. Grindler, who A review of non-U.S. landmark cases and enforcement actions oversees the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division, giving him Cultural issues that can undermine compliance initiatives oversight of the FCPA program in the Department of Justice Nicola Bonucci Director of Legal Affairs 2:00 PREPARING FOR AND CONDUCTING BOTH ORGANIZATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION INTERNAL AND GLOBAL INVESTIGATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT FOR CORRUPTION (Paris, France) How to determine whether an investigation is necessary Nancy Z. Boswell – when should it be conducted? President & CEO – who should do it—inside or outside counsel? TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL/USA The scope of the investigation Privilege and privacy issues Stuart C. Gilman The data-privacy issues in EU countries and elsewhere Deputy Director, Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative and Senior Advisor, Record-keeping in less developed countries Governance, Security and the Rule of Law Section, Division for Operations Information collection techniques outside the US UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME Data collection (Vienna, Austria) In-country issues What should be done with the results of the investigation— 11:30 THE CRITICAL STEPS REQUIRED TO CRAFT and how to resolve it AN INNOVATIVE AND EFFECTIVE GLOBAL Avoiding a monitor ANTI-CORRUPTION PROGRAM Doing business while under investigation Every U.S. company can minimize the risks of FCPA liability by establishing a carefully tailored compliance program that educates Moderator: employees about the conduct that is prohibited by the FCPA, a clear Baruch Weiss signal that management takes such prohibition seriously. An effective Partner FCPA compliance program increases the odds that any misconduct will ARENT FOX be detected and deterred at an early stage. How can such a program Panel: be established? And what is required? In this session, you will learn: Mark F. Mendelsohn Why an FCPA compliance program should be viewed as an Deputy Chief, Fraud Section, Criminal Division essential risk management tool U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE What a company’s system of fraud risk needs to accomplish Gary E. Giampetuzzi The key controls that will prevent improper payment and fraud Assistant General Counsel and Deputy Compliance Ofﬁcer, How your ﬁnancial accounting system can identify fraud and International Investigations and Programs payments that might be questioned PFIZER INC. The key steps that should be adopted in a program How companies with effective compliance programs will be 3:00 REFRESHMENT BREAK rewarded in settlement negotiations—and how those without them will receive harsher punishments 3:15 INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENT REVIEW: HOW TO How to establish effective training sessions for the company STREAMLINE YOUR INVESTIGATION after implementing the program Dealing with foreign language and translation. The lessons to be learned from Lucent’s failure to adopt a program International access to domestic documents. Moderator: Domestic access to international documents. Alexander Brigham Rules and regulations around access to e-discovery. Executive Director Identiﬁcation of irrelevant and duplicate documents. THE ETHISPHERE INSTITUTE Concept searching and clustering for more efﬁcient and Panel: accurate review. Julia K. Bailey Ian Campbell Assistant General Counsel, International Transactions and Compliance Chief Operating Ofﬁcer HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL ICONECT DEVELOPMENT LLC Andrew Hinton Associate General Counsel and Global Ethics & Compliance Ofﬁcer 4: 15 SUCCESSFULLY WORKING WITH THE GOOGLE Inc. NEWEST DEVELOPMENTS IN THE IMPOSITION Cheryl Scarboro OF COMPLIANCE MONITORS Associate Director-Division of Enforcement The Department of Justice recently released guidelines for selection U.S. SECURTIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION and use of monitors in deferred and non-prosecution agreements. A component of such agreements is often the imposition of a Media Partners: 4 Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728
Main Conference | Day One | Tuesday, September 22, 2009 corporate monitor who is charged with, among other things, Invaluable lessons learned from the experiences of Baker reviewing the company’s FCPA policies and procedures and making Hughes and Vetco recommendations to ensure future FCPA compliance. But it is a Moderator and Speaker mineﬁeld fraught with complications. In this presentation, moderated Michael J. Hershman by Michael Hershman,, who was recently named as one of 2008’s most President and CEO inﬂuential people in business ethics, and featuring two very prominent THE FAIRFAX GROUP Americans who have served as monitors, you will learn: (Independent Compliance Advisor to Siemens AG and Independent Understanding the choices: when and how to negotiate for a Monitor to several corporations) consultant instead of a monitor Panel: The newest DOJ guidelines for hiring monitors David Samson What is the exact role of the monitors—and the powers that they Partner can exercise? WOLFF & SAMSON PC (Federal Monitor for Smith & Nephew; Former Attorney-General How can the corporation be prepared to work with a monitor? of New Jersey) – establishing an effective working relationship – how to control the potentially enormous costs Debra Wong Yang Partner – the oversight of the monitor GIBSON DUNN & CRUTCHER How to minimize business disruption when working with a Monitor (Independent Monitor for DePuy; Former U.S. Attorney for the What kinds of changes should be made in the company before District of California) the monitor arrives? 5:15 CONFERENCE ADJOURNS Main Conference | Day Two | Wednesday, September 23, 2009 8:30 CO-CHAIRS’ OPENING REMARKS 9:45 CONDUCTING DUE DILIGENCE OF FOREIGN THIRD PARTIES TO MINIMIZE LIABILITY RISKS 8:45 KNOWING EXACTLY WHERE TO DRAW THE The majority of FCPA enforcement cases brought by the DOJ and SEC LINE: THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN involve the use of third party intermediaries. This development has PERMISSIBLE GIFTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND made companies realize that they must be vigilant about due diligence TRAVEL FOR FOREIGN OFFICIALS-AND BRIBES in hiring intermediaries. Companies positioned worldwide dealing While prohibiting payment of any money or thing of value to foreign with local customs and local managers must understand and develop ofﬁcials to obtain or retain business, the FCPA permits incurring global operational controls. In this presentation, you will learn how certain expenses on behalf of those same ofﬁcials. It recognizes the practical realities of doing business overseas. But there is a right way to develop a due diligence program that can greatly mitigate the risk and wrong way to handle gifts, travel and entertainment.—and the presented by intermediaries. You will learn: subtle differences must be clearly understood. In this session, you will How to institute a pre-hiring due diligence program learn about the limits of permissible payments and how to deal with The background checks that are required them. You will hear: What a U.S. company must identify about the intermediary Recent and important case studies which illustrate the wrong – the types of third parties way to handle travel and lodging expenses – regional and country factors The right way to handle the payments The speciﬁc disclosures that must be made by the intermediary The guidance by the DOJ on how to incur travel and lodging How to structure the necessary contractual provisions expenses for government ofﬁcials and certiﬁcations The FCPA’s deﬁnition of facilitating payments: when does a The “red ﬂags” that need to be explored payment become a bribe? The oversight required by a company over the intermediary The use of extortion, duress and custom as defense Why third-party intermediaries should attend and complete How to satisfy U.S. law recordation requirements certiﬁcations in FCPA training Patrick J. Garver Executive Vice President and General Counsel Moderator & Speaker BARRICK GOLD CORPORATION Joel Kirsch Vice President, Chief Compliance Ofﬁcer & Associate General Counsel Jay G. Martin Vice President, Chief Compliance Ofﬁcer & Senior Deputy General Counsel SIEMENS CORPORATION BAKER HUGHES Panel Michael L. Burton Sharon Zealey Partner Chief Ethics and Compliance Ofﬁcer ARENT FOX COCA-COLA LTD. Raja Chatterjee Nathan J. Muyskens Global Head, Anti-Corruption Group Partner MORGAN STANLEY Shook, Hardy & Bacon Media Partners: Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728 5
Main Conference | Day Two | Wednesday, September 23, 2009 10:45 REFRESHMENT BREAK this unique presentation, learn about: Why the sheer volume of state-owned companies worldwide 11:15 WHAT EVERY AMERICAN COMPANY SHOULD (China alone has over 100,000) and the fact that many operate KNOW ABOUT SUCCESSFUL PROACTIVE RISK across borders as owners of joint ventures make them so AND COMPLIANCE STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE difﬁcult to identify ANTI-CORRUPTION M&A DUE DILIGENCE How the differences between local language and translated Unwary companies—both large and small--can end up buying FCPA websites can mislead companies and compliance departments, liability by failing to conduct appropriate due diligence of their causing them to base key decisions on misinformation intended partner in mergers and acquisitions. Companies alert to How to overcome these signiﬁcant hurdles the risk have been able to avoid successor liability altogether or How new research capabilities can identify and track state- obtain assurances about the scope of potential FCPA liability before owned companies the transaction is complete. In this presentation, learn what every How a unique new anti-corruption database, launched in American company of any size should pay careful attention to the December, 2008, is the only worldwide mechanism that potential exposure created by these transactions. Using actual case enables ﬁrms to verify their employee actions and signiﬁcantly studies, you will learn: reducing risk. How effective pre-acquisition due diligence uncovered alleged Moderator: FCPA violations in proposed mergers Robert Rosen How successful companies protect themselves Risk & Compliance Specialist The two recent DOJ opinion releases about how companies DOW JONES should approach pre-acquisition due diligence Panel: Invaluable lessons for every corporation learned from the Larry V. Buel experiences of General Electric, Lockheed Martin, Johnson Director, International and Domestic Agreements, Compliance Controls and other smaller American companies RAYTHEON COMPANY The importance of post-acquisition obligations The steps every U.S. company should take to mitigate the risk Jeff Harwin of FCPA liability Director of the Global Monetary and Financial Control Group MERRILL LYNCH INC. Jeffrey C. Eglash Senior Counsel, Investigations/Compliance Dan Zarin GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Partner HOLLAND & KNIGHT Matthew O.Tanzer Vice President and Chief Compliance Ofﬁcer 2:30 THE NEWEST IMPORTANT ART: DEFENDING TYCO INTERNATIONAL INDIVIDUALS UNDER THE FCPA Mark Mendelson, the Justice Department ofﬁcial responsible for 12:15 NETWORKING LUNCHEON FOR criminal prosecutions under the FCPA, has left no doubt that the SPEAKERS AND DELEGATES U.S. government is now actively targeting individuals under the FCPA. SPECIAL LUNCHEON ADDRESS He recently said that: “The number of individual prosecutions has risen Paul J. McNulty – and that’s not an accident.That is quite intentional on the part of the Partner Department. It is our view that to have a credible deterrent effect, people BAKER & McKENZIE have to go to jail. People have to be prosecuted where appropriate.This is a Mr. McNulty was U.S. Deputy Attorney General, the second highest- federal crime.This is not fun and games.” ranking ofﬁcial in the Department of Justice, from 2005-2007. For In this session, learn about the DOJ’s increasing focus on individual more than two decades, he played a leading role in shaping U.S. law prosecutions and ﬁnd out: enforcement policy. The latest information, complete with case studies, about individual prosecutions: how did they get caught and what happened? 1:30 CUTTING-EDGE METHODS FOR OVERCOMING The complications of defending individuals under the legislation — THE SIGNIFICANT CORRUPTION RISK OF and the possible collision between individual and corporate interests STATE-OWNED COMPANIES When should separate counsel be provided for individuals? A key component to any anti-corruption program is correctly The defenses that are available for individuals identifying state-owned companies and their employees (who are The keys to mounting a successful defense considered government ofﬁcials) so compliance executives can treat Who pays for the defense—the individual or the company those relationships with appropriate oversight and control. Failing to recognize and address state employees as such puts companies at risk 3:20 REFRESHMENT BREAK of violating corruption regulations and opens them up to prosecution, reputation damage and ﬁnancial penalties. But there are solutions. In Media Partners: 6 Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728
3:40 THE INCREDIBLY VALUABLE LESSONS experience. You will discover: EVERY COMPANY CAN LEARN FROM THE How the wrong corporate structure can cause FCPA problems SIEMENS EXPERIENCE When operating groups and foreign subsidiaries are accountable Siemens AG, a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical for their bottom line, but little else, there is a breeding ground for engineering with 400,000 employees and yearly revenues above $100 corruption billion, pleaded guilty to FCPA charges in late December of 2008 and What happens when ethics training does not happen was slammed with the highest ﬁnes in the legislation’s history. It was When compliance personnel and inside auditors are choked off a company that tolerated fraud, deceit, concealment. There were from resources and hobbled by internal restrictions and a slush funds used to bribe public ofﬁcials. As well, there were phony confused mission, corruption can ﬂourish contracts, fake invoices and a boardroom that knew for years what What ensues when reliable reports of corruption were was happening but feigned ignorance. not investiged. How could this ever have happened? Joel Kirsch In this fascinating presentation, hear Joel Kirsch, the company’s chief Vice President, Chief Compliance Ofﬁcer & Associate General Counsel compliance ofﬁcer, together with one of the company’s prominent SIEMENS CORPORATION defense lawyer in the matter, describe what happened and how every company in America—large and small--can learn from the Siemens 4:30 CONFERENCE CONCLUDES CLE CREDITS AVAILABLE! IQPC will seek CLE accreditation in those states requested by registrants (post conference) which have continuing education requirements. This is subject to the rules, regulations and restrictions dictated by each individual state organization. Application for accreditation of this course or program in all CLE approved states is currently pending. For Financial Aid Policy information and to request CLE credits, please indicate so when calling to register: 1-800-882-8684, or on the online registration form. IN HOUSE COUNSEL REGISTER BY 6/26/2009 REGISTER BY 7/17/2009 REGISTER BY 7/31/2009 REGISTER BY 8/28/2009 STANDARD PRICING Conference Only $999 (SAVE $600) $1,099 (SAVE $500) $1,199 (SAVE $400) $1,299 (SAVE $200) $1,399 All Access Pricing $1,699 (SAVE $798) $1,799 (SAVE $698) $1,899 (SAVE $598) $2,099 (SAVE $398) $2,299 (SAVE $198) Workshops Only $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each ALL OTHERS REGISTER BY 7/31/2009 REGISTER BY 8/28/2009 STANDARD PRICING Conference Only $1,499 (SAVE $600) $1,699 (SAVE $400) $2,099 All Access Pricing $2,199 (SAVE $998) $2,599 (SAVE $598) $2,999 (SAVE $198) Workshops Only $549 each $549 each $549 each *The All Access Pass provides you full access to the main conference sessions and all available workshops. Please note that multiple discounts cannot be combined. DETAILS FOR MAKING PAYMENT VIA EFT OR WIRE TRANSFER: JPMorgan Chase A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s)and the event number: 10631.004 MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IQPC PAYMENT POLICY: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add includes lunches, refreshment and detailed conference materials. Your 6% sales tax. registration will not be conﬁrmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. For IQPC’s Cancellation, Postponement and Substitution Policy, please visit www.iqpc.com/ cancellation ©2009 IQPC. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IQPC. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. Media Partners: Register Today! Call Andrew: 416.597.4728 7
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