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Nonprofit Credentialing:
Compliance ABCs for Avoiding Antitrust Pitfalls
Recorded on February 17, 2015

Many nonprofits develop voluntary industry standards of practice and codes of ethics. But they don’t always know how to “FTC-proof” them.

If your organization lacks in-house antitrust expertise, the way these documents are written and enforced could easily lead to violations and nightmare involvement with the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice.

Don’t risk landing in court and out of compliance: get the know-how you need to defuse potential antitrust liability now. 

 

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Many nonprofits develop voluntary industry standards of practice and codes of ethics. But they don’t always know how to “FTC-proof” them.

If your organization lacks in-house antitrust expertise, the way these documents are written and enforced could easily lead to violations and nightmare involvement with the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice.

Don’t risk landing in court and out of compliance: get the know-how you need to defuse potential antitrust liability now.

Register Now for Nonprofit Credentialing: Compliance ABCs for Avoiding Antitrust Pitfalls. In just 90-minutes, two attorneys translate their expertise in credentialing and antitrust issues into practical knowledge that you can use immediately to establish and enforce voluntary industry standards, credentials and codes of ethics.

Boost your in-house expertise on antitrust issues.  You’ll gain clear insight into how standards and codes can create anti-competitive effects. Plus, you’ll learn how to develop and follow the right procedures to protect against potential antitrust liability.

Register Now to get the information you need to "FTC-proof" credentialing compliance, including:

  • Specific procedures nonprofits must follow to establish, maintain and enforce standards and codes of ethics
  • How antitrust laws are tied to standards and codes of ethics
  • The most recent actions by the Courts, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Trade Commission in addressing antitrust issues related to standards and codes of ethics
  • Best practices for remaining compliant and avoiding antitrust liability

 

Meet Your Training Team

Richard Bar, Partner, GKG Law - Rich is the Chief Financial Officer of GKG Law. He has been practicing law for more than 25 years, and is outside general legal counsel to his for-profit and non-profit clients. Rich advises his clients in all areas of the law, including corporate compliance, corporate governance, non-profit law, credentialing, contracts, corporate transactions, real estate, employment, and intellectual property. In addition, Rich specializes in the certification and credentialing areas. He has helped design and implement certification and credentialing programs for several of his clients, including the creation, administration and compliance procedures relating to these programs’ codes of ethics and standards of practice.

Steve Fellman, Partner, GKG Law - Steve is a trade regulation attorney focusing on the representation of non-profit organizations and corporate clients in a wide variety of antitrust, competition, corporate governance and public policy related issues. He has defended trade associations and corporate clients in Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice and private treble damage actions in courts throughout the country, and has advised non-profit organizations regarding mergers, corporate organization, public policy and tax issues.

Who Will Benefit

This webinar is for stakeholders in the association and nonprofit space, including:

  • Directors of Credentialing and Education
  • In-house Counsel
  • Executive Directors
  • Directors of Operations
  • Directors of Membership Services
  • Members of the Board
  • Administrative Directors

Remember, you don’t want credentialing to ultimately cost you or your organization.

Don't wait! Register your entire team today!

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CAE Credits: Live webinar attendees are eligible for 1.5 CAE credit hours. Association TRENDS is a CAE Approved Provider. This program meets the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. We will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit www.whatiscae.org

 

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