In this episode, Matt Kelly and I take a deep dive into the Justice Department’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, released in February 2017. We consider this document in light of the wide-ranging review by the Justice Department of the various Memos from DAG’s over the past 15 years or so to determine if there should be consolidation or clarification into a new “Rosenstein Memo” or if there should be updates to the US Attorney’s Manual. Will the DOJ simply declare the Evaluation is no longer operative because it came out of the Obama Administration’s Justice Department? We consider the information presented in the Evaluation and how its value works in numerous ways for the compliance practitioner.
For more reading see Matt’s blog post “Future of the Effectiveness Questions”
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