As Tom and Mrs. Compliance Evangelist trek to Ann Arbor MI to attend his law school reunion, Go Blue and watch the Wolverines trounce Nebraska and enjoy some cool autumn weather, he and Jay are back with a look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories.
- Due diligence is not a nice to have, it’s a mandatory. Scott Shaffer explains in the FCPA Blog.
- Kavanaugh and compliance? Matt Kelly considers in Radical Complaince. Tom and Matt explore in this week’s Compliance into the Weeds.
- Why does a law firm admit its internal investigation was designed to be a whitewash (in the internal investigation report)? More on the very strange Dansk Bank money laundering imbroglio. Patricia Kowsmann and Drew Hinshaw report in the Wall Street Journal. Tom dishes on the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog.
- Mark Cuban makes $10MM donation. Is it enough to make up for 15 years of toxic corporate culture of sexual abuse and harassment? Kaelne Jones reports in Sports Illustrated.
- Big oil on trial in the UK. What will be the fallout? Mara Lemos Stein reports in the WSJ Risk and Compliance Journal.
- KPMG study finds slow adoption of tech in compliance. See full report here.
- Matthew Stephenson continues his two-part consideration of the Hoskins decision. In the Global Anti-Corruption Blog.
- SEC proposal to limit whistleblower awards draws withering criticism from commentary period. Sam Rubenfeld reports in the WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal.
- Want the top compliance training from the guy who wrote the book on compliance? Tom will put on a Compliance Master Class in Boston, September 25 & 26, hosted by Affiliated Monitors. Registration and information, click here.
- Want a 50% discount to one of the top compliance conferences around? Join Tom and AMI’s Eric Feldman at CONVERGE18 in Denver on October 9-11. I hope you can join me at the event. For information on the event, click here. As an extra benefit to fans of This Week in FCPA, CONVERGE18 is offering a 50% discount off the registration Enter discount code TOMFOXVIP.
- In this week’s podcast series I internview Rebecca Turco and Paul Johns from SAI Global on their current innovations in compliance learning. Part 1-the changing marketplace; Part 2-adaptive learning; Part 3-EthicsAnywhere; Part 4-trends in compliance; and Part 5-integrated risk management.
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