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Critical Research Compliance Update for Universities: Focus on the Thousand Talents Program and Export Control


By David Schwartz
Published: August 4th, 2020

American universities and their faculty are prime targets for China’s Thousand Talents program — and for DOJ enforcement efforts. The ongoing stream of DOJ cases against professors who failed to comply with disclosure requirements – and the continuing focus on threats associated with China’s Thousand Talents Plan — make painfully clear the importance of having an airtight research compliance program in place. That imperative got a bit trickier recently when the DOJ updated the guidance document used to evaluate the effectiveness of university compliance programs.

To help you ensure compliance and avoid the potentially dire consequence of DOJ investigations, Tech Transfer Central’s Distance Learning Division has teamed up with expert attorneys from the law firm Baker Donelson to present a vital CLE-eligible distance learning program. Join us on August 27th for Critical Research Compliance Update for Universities: Focus on the Thousand Talents Program and Export Control.

For complete program and faculty details or to register, click here.

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