SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) May 01, 2017
In conjunction with the U.S.-India Business Council, the Bay Area Council, and PwC, global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP will host “Doing Business in India,” a panel discussion and networking event for India Week in the Bay Area. The event will take place on May 9 in Greenberg Traurig’s San Francisco (9:30-11:30 a.m.) and Silicon Valley (4:30-6:30 p.m.) offices.
The interactive discussion will explore current legal, economic, and cultural concerns for companies entering or doing business in India, specifically: strategies for identifying and vetting potential JV partners, distributors and advisors; insights into how to manage risks and oversee compliance remotely; India’s economic outlook and related opportunities for U.S.-based companies; strategies for navigating India’s government bureaucracy; and how to implement a compliance program that considers both U.S. and India enforcement and cultural norms.
Shareholder Carolyn McNiven will participate as a panelist, offering her real-world insight and perspective alongside former board members, current compliance executives, and India-based and U.S.-based attorneys and business consultants, including:
- Darian Rodriguez Heyman – Executive Director, Numi Foundation
- Fabiana Lacerca-Allen – former Arthrocare Board Member, former CCO of Elan Pharmaceuticals and current owner of Ethiprax
- Christine Wong – Vice President, Head of International Compliance – Fujitsu (SF location only)
- Robert Johnston – Senior Compliance Officer, Och Ziff Capital Management Group
- Rupinder Malik – Partner, J. Sagar Associates (India Law Firm)
- Gagan Puri – Partner, PwC India, New Delhi
- Nandini Tandon, Ph.D. – Co-Chair, India Focus, Bay Area Council Economic Institute (BACEI) (SV location only)
- Jim Wunderman – President and CEO of the Bay Area Council (SF location only)
- Dhaval Sheth – Director, PwC Forensics – Moderator
McNiven specializes in government enforcement issues, whether the matter is criminal, civil, or both. Her understanding of government decision-making is grounded in her many years of experience as a federal criminal prosecutor where she handled complex and sensitive white collar investigations. McNiven is particularly skilled at negotiating with enforcement authorities before charging decisions are made to optimize outcomes for her clients. She also counsels companies faced with sensitive legal and practical problems relating to suspected cybercrime, cybersecurity breaches, economic espionage, healthcare regulatory breaches, and anti-corruption matters.
About Greenberg Traurig, LLP
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