We invite you to participate in the first edition of Compliance Day, that will take place on March 21, 2017, between 9:00 AM and 3:30 PM in Hotel Bristol, Krakowskie Przedmieście 42/44, Warsaw. The event will be dedicated to the topic of compliance.
The meeting is dedicated to practitioners – lawyers, people involved in human resource management, compliance officers, and all those interested in the topic of compliance. The lectures will be given by the law firm's lawyers and invited guests.
Please send submissions to: email@example.com
Participation in the event is free of charge.
9 AM – 9:30 AM – Registration of participants
9:30 AM – 10 AM – Compliance across borders: exterritorial aspects in practice – Hannah Laming, partner, Peters & Peters
Efective implementation of compliance by employees – Łukasz Kuczkowski, legal advisor, partner, Raczkowski Paruch, Magdalena Żak, legal advisor, Director of the Legal Department for Poland and Baltic Countries in Johnson & Johnson Poland sp. z o.o..
- Why does compliance require audit of the organizational structure?
- How to effectively assign responsibilities to respective employees?
- What documents to take care of, to effectively implement compliance?
>> Coffee Break 11 AM – 11:30 AM
Role of HR departments in the personal data protection and the implementation of PDPA – 10 commandments – Edyta Jagiełło, legal advisor, Raczkowski Paruch
- New responsibilities resulting from the EU Personal Data Protection Act
- Roles of HR departments in the implementation of the Act
- Practical aspects of data protection from the point of view of HR employees
Division of competences and responsibilities in terms of introducing and practising compensation policies in the banking and insurance sectors. – Sławomir Paruch, legal advisor, partner, Raczkowski Paruch, Katarzyna Sarek-Sadurska, legal advisor, Raczkowski Paruch, Marcin Góral, director of the Compliance Office in PZU SA and PZU Życie SA
- Identifying persons who have significant influence on the risk profile
- Procedure of implementation and practice of compensation policies
- Process of self-evaluation of compensation policies
- Practice of the new law regulating compensation for board and supervisory board members in the banking and insurance sector
Internal explanatory proceedings – how to deal with a crisis situation in the company – Dominika Stępińska-Duch, attorney, partner, Raczkowski Paruch, Marcin Klimczak, partner in PwC, prof. SGH dr hab. Joanna Wielgórska-Leszczyńska, professor at the Collegium of Management and Finance of the Warsaw School of Economics
- Preventing irregularities
- Conducting internal explanatory proceedings – practical problems
- Investigative tool used in conducting internal explanatory proceedings
- Results of an explanatory proceeding vs. further action
>> Lunch 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
PARTNER OF THE EVENT:
Director of the Compliance Office in PZU SA and PZU Życie SA.
Legal advisor. She provides labour law support to corporates and advises clients on employee personal data protection and personal data processing in corporate groups entailing cross-border data transfer. She also specialises in employment law issues associated with cross-border mergers and acquisitions. Her clients include leading companies in the IT, pharmaceutical and travel industries.
Partner in PwC.
Legal Advisor, Master of Executive MBA, Partner. He manages the law firm’s office in Poznań. He has been advising clients on labour law for more than 12 years now. He has vast experience in industrial relations, in the scope of termination and conclusion of collective agreements and other agreements with trade unions, employee guarantees, collective bargaining, and negotiations. He has conducted numerous cases of workforce reorganisation, including collective redundancies, voluntary leave programmes, and other forms of workforce reduction. He also advises on the employment of senior executives. He often represents his clients before labour courts. He has vast knowledge of the transport and production industry. He has worked at well-known Polish law firms.
Partner at Peters & Peters Solicitors LLP. Her practice focuses on financial crime, including fraud, corruption, money laundering, private prosecutions, internal investigations, compliance, FCA regulatory issues (civil and criminal) and economic sanctions.
Hannah was called to the Bar in 2001 and practised as a barrister for five years. In 2006, she became a Prosecutor at the Serious Fraud Office before joining the Financial Services Authority’s (now Financial Conduct Authority) wholesale enforcement division. She joined Peters & Peters in 2010 and became a Partner in 2014.
Hannah has advised a number of organisations, including multi-nationals based outside the UK, on developing compliance programmes which deal effectively with financial crime. Her experience includes advising on anti-bribery and corruption policies and procedures; global sanctions; preparation for the proposed offence of failing to prevent facilitation of tax evasion; dealing with due diligence and politically exposed persons and anti-money laundering processes.
Legal advisor, Partner. He has over 15 years of experience in employment law. He is one of the most prominent experts in employment law in Poland, including corporate restructuring, redundancies and individual employees. He has extensive experience in litigation concerning harassment, discrimination, overtime and non-competition agreements. He is an expert in employees' remuneration and rewarding. He is valued as an effective negotiator, especially in collective disputes and relations with trade unions and employees. He is a member of the European Employment Lawyers' Association, the International Bar Association and Chairman of the Association of Employment Law. Regularly publishes the most important legal journals such as "Gazeta Prawna" and "Rzeczpospolita". He conducts trainings and conferences on employment law.
Legal advisor. Head of Department of Remunerations in Financial Sector. She has extensive experience in all areas of individual and collective labour law, including litigation. She advises Clients on restructuring, collective dismissals, hiring and dismissing employees, including in particular upper level and senior management. She graduated from the University of Warsaw and the Pantheon-Assas University (Paris II). She received an award from the Minister of Science and Higher Education for her master’s thesis. She has been with our firm since 2007. She has written for publications on civil and labour law including volumes edited by Professor M. Safjan and Professor K. Pietrzykowski.
Partner, adwokat. Previously for many years with Wardyński & Partners, where she co-led the Business Crime practice and was responsible for the firm’s French Desk. Dominika specializes in white-collar criminal proceedings, and advises clients in matters related with implementation and monitoring of compliance procedures, assessment of the risk of criminal liability arising out of commercial activity, as well as in the scope of cybersecurity. Dominika has extensive experience in internal investigations. She conducts trainings in the area of compliance and criminal liability of management. She is a member of the Compliance Association Poland and a Chair of the Foreign Cooperation Committee of the Polish Bar Council. She serves as vice Chair of the Access to Justice Committee of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe [CCBE], a member of the European Criminal Bar Association Advisory Board, Secretary General of the European Fraud and Compliance Lawyers and she acts as a Communications Officer within International Bar Association “Women Lawyers’ Interest Group."
Prof. SGH dr hab. Joanna Wielgórska-Leszczyńska – professor at the Collegium of Management and Finance of the Warsaw School of Economics
Legal advisor, Director of the Legal Department for Poland and Baltic Countries in Johnson & Johnson Poland sp. z o.o..