Ernest Sasso once again named 100 best attorneys in Pennsylvania, 2015
Lynne Lechter introduced then Presidential Candidate Governor Mike Huckabee at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s Presidential Forum in Washington, DC, December 2015
Lynne Lechter and Ernest Sasso are named Co-Chairs of the Montgomery Bar Association’s International Law Committee
Lynne Lechter and Ernest Sasso were authors and Lecturers at Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Continuing Legal education Course, Ethics in International Business, Philadelphia
CLE: Ethics in International Business
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Faculty: Lynne Lechter, Esq., Ernest Sasso, Esq., Margaret M Cassidy, Esq.
Course planner: J. Michael Considine, Jr., Esq.
International business ethics attempts to deal with questions of what to do in situations where ethical morals come into conflict as a result of the differing cultural and legal practices. Corporate governance, bribery, corruption, working conditions and targeted marketing are all issues that require organizations to establish an ethical standpoint from which they can work. Ethical behavior establishes a healthy and pleasant cooperation climate for all the parties involved in a deal, making everyone comfortable with each other. Acting in accordance with moral values is crucial for deserving clients, attention and support and achieving a significant competitive advantage in a particular market segment and ensuring sustainable development.
As the process of globalization has increased its pace and depth, the problem and need for international business ethics has only intensified.
Join our faculty as they explain why good ethics is good business!
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Jonathan Medved’s Our Crowd source funding
Co-Hosted event by Lechter & Sasso, Penn Valley, PA 2015
Luis Carlos Villegas, Ambassador of Colombia to the U.S.
Co-Hosted by the Pan American Society and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Philadelphia 2015
Lynne Lechter and Ernest Sasso published an article and participated in the Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course “Helping Global Companies Avoid Money Laundering.”