In this episode, Jay and I return for a wide-ranging discussion on some of the top compliance and ethics related stories, including:

  1. We discuss our highlights from the recently concluded SCCE 2017 Compliance and Ethics Institute. See Tom’s blogs, here, here, here and here. Click here for a report from Matt Kelly.
  2. Mike Volkov explores ISO 37001 in a week-long series? See the full week’s series on his site, Corruption Crime & Compliance. Henry Cutter reports on the standard’s slow acceptance in the WSJ Risk and Compliance Report.
  3. What is the status of your Board’s training for compliance? Ben DiPietro reports in the WSJ Risk and Compliance Report.
  4. Italian prosecutor charges Shell and former execs with overseas bribery. Dick Cassin reports in the FCPA Blog.
  5. Revenue recognition rules change in December. Auditors are under orders to ‘show no mercy’ to companies which have not prepared for the changeover. Tammy Whitehouse reports in Compliance Week.
  6. Continued chaos in the Trump Administration. Matt Kelly is back with addition ethical considerations from HHS Secretary Tom Price in Radical Compliance.
  7. Astros come home down 3-2 to the NY Yankees. Will they overcome?
  8. Join Tom’s monthly podcast series on One Month to a More Effective Compliance Program. In October, I consider compliance with business ventures such as in the M&A context, joint ventures, distributors, channel ops partners, teaming agreements and all other manner of business venture. The third week I continue to take a deep dive into JVs under the FCPA. This month’s sponsor is the Volkov Law Group. It is available on the FCPA Compliance Report, iTunes, Libsyn, YouTube and JDSupra.
  9. The Everything Compliance gang recorded a podcast at the 2017 Compliance and Ethics Institute, with special guest Roy Snell sitting in for Mike Volkov. The podcast will go up Thursday October 26th.
  10. Tom premiers an exciting new service offering the Doing Compliance Master Class.
  11. AMI SVP Eric Feldman is speaking in Houston on November 2, at 1:30. If you are in Houston, please plan to join us. For more information see the GHBER website for details and registration.
  12. Jay previews the Rosen Weekend Report.

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