In this episode, Jay Rosen and myself take a look at some of the top compliance stories over the past week.
- Does Free Speech exist at the office? Can you tell your boss what you think of them? Ben DiPietro looks at a new Department of Labor approach in WSJ Risk and Compliance Journal.
- Are fraudsters like the rich (as in different than the rest of us)? Jonathan Marks explores the mind of the fraudster in his Board and Fraud blog.
- What can you do to manage your third parties more effectively? Rick Chapman provides his experiences in the SCCE Blog.
- Is there a unified theory of corruption? Professor Joseph Pazsgai explores the question in a guest post on the FCPA Blog.
- Mike Volkov gives his five top compliance predictions for 2018 in the Crime, Corruption and Compliance Blog.
- Oh thank Heaven? Feds raid 7-11 looking for criminals (IE undocumented workers). See story by Alicia Caldwell in the WSJ.
- Is there a real (or perceived) bias in the monitorship process? Several experts are cited in GIR piece sub. req’d
- Shearman & Sterling releases its annual report, the Recent Trends and Patterns in the Enforcement of the FCPA.
- Join Tom’s monthly podcast series on One Month to a More Effective Compliance Program. In January, I bring together the entire year of compliance program best practices with 31 days to a more effective compliance program. It is available on the FCPA Compliance Report, iTunes, Libsyn, YouTube and JDSupra.
- Tom announces his next Compliance Master Class, sponsored by Marcum LLP. It will be held on February 11 & 12 at Marcum’s offices in Miami, FL. More information or a copy of the agenda, or to register, will be available on my website, FCPA Compliance Report or at Marcum LLP.
- Jay Rosen previews the Jay Rosen weekend report.
- We preview this week’s NFL playoffs.
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