Five years after it became law, the Sarbanes-Oxley bill has sparked a number of shifts in the way meetings are managed and procured, said Joshua Grimes, Esq., Grimes Law Offices, Philadelphia, speaking at the Third Annual Pharmaceutical Meeting Planners Forum, held March 26 and 27 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. “It’s just beginning to influence the industry and the way you do business.” Sarbanes-Oxley, commonly known as SOX, was enacted in response to accounting ...

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