This week, Jay and I return for a wide-ranging discussion on some of the week’s top compliance related stories, including:

  1. U.S. charges top Colombia anti-graft prosecutor with money laundering. See article by Dick Cassin the FCPA Blog.
  2. US Supreme Court may finally settle one of the fiercest debates arising from the Dodd-Frank Act: What is a whistleblower and when are they protected against corporate retaliation? See Joe Mont’s article in Compliance Week.
  3. Alstom obtains ISO 37001 certification but does it mean anything?
  4. Benefits of FCPA Pilot Program becoming clear after two 2017 declinations. See article by Jaclyn Jaeger in Compliance Week.
  5. Head of federal government ethics office to step down. See article in The Hill.
  6. At nearly the half-way mark, the Astros lead the majors with the best record. See Tom’s article on how and why in the FCPA Compliance Report.
  7. New eBook on Trump and Compliance: the First 100 Days is out. It collects the musings from the four amigos on the Everything Compliance podcast (+1). You can download your copy by clicking here.

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