Join panelists from Strava, a leading fitness app company, and BioIntelliSense, a wearable vital signs monitoring company. This discussion will explore issues of data privacy, data protection, conflicts of interest, and more. RSVP here.
J.D. Data Protection Officer, Strava
James Mault, M.D.
Founder and CEO, BioIntelliSense
Moderated by Eric G.Read more
Join us at the State of Small Business!
Get an economic forecast on small business and hear from leaders in the small business community.
Look into Colorado’s economic future with Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation’s Consulting Chief Economist Patty Silverstein, who will share an exclusive economic forecast focused on our small business community, and learn from I-LEAD’s David Castro about how leaders can bring strength and resilience to their small businesses and our community as we work to rebuild our economy. Read more
The coronavirus pandemic brought cruise ships to the fore last spring, when passengers infected with COVID-19 were stuck on board. But ethical dilemmas at Carnival started nearly 20 years ago. In October, an audience of more than 130 heard the inside story about how Carnival turned things around.
The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative (DFEI) Collegiate Programs at the CU Denver Business School and the CU Boulder Leeds School of Business partnered with the DFEI Collegiate Program at Colorado Law to present its Annual Ethics Lecture, “Carnival’s Compliance Journey.” Read more
Many don’t realize the ethical dilemmas that riddle the art world. From Nazi-plundered works of art to antiquities dealers and museums profiting from stolen objects to sacred artifacts looted and sold by amateur archaeologists, the art world is full of complicated legal and ethical dilemmas.
Join us for a virtual panel discussion with industry experts to explore these ethical issues and promote ethical stewardship in art collecting. Read more
Come hear the inside story of the world’s largest cruise line operator from the man tasked with overhauling its ethics and compliance system as the company strives to overcome a long history of environmental crimes. Featuring Peter Anderson, Carnival Corporation’s first-ever Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer.
Presented by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative (DFEI) Collegiate Program at Colorado Law in partnership with the DFEI Collegiate Programs at the CU Denver Business School and the CU Boulder Leeds School of Business. Read more