Ensuring compliance in today’s global economy is more difficult than ever. This is especially true for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies who are juggling multiple international laws, regulations and guidelines at all times. Handling sensitive investigations — whether they are initiated by the DOJ, SEC, FDA or an internal source — needs to be carefully executed. A misstep could result in fines and bad press. A properly run internal investigation can help mitigate risk and ensure compliance. However, a poor investigation can worsen the problem. There are essential skills that need to be in your tool kit in order to properly delve into inquiries from regulatory bodies. From assembling a cross-functional team to interviewing skills, there’s no part of the inspection process that should go unexamined.
The 2nd Life Sciences Investigations & Internal Audits Forum will educate legal, compliance and HR/ER professionals on how to conduct an efficient and compliant internal investigation to ensure proper remediation and solve issues before they become problems.
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