In this episode, Jay Rosen and myself take a look at some of the top compliance stories over the past week.
- A very interesting article by T. Markus Funk and Andrew Boutros entitled, “The Evolution and Status of ‘Carbon Copy”. For the full copy go to Bloomberg White Collar Report.
- Time to go back to college and take that Econ course as John Bray explores the intersection of sunk costs and third party bribery payments, in the FCPA Blog.
- Bill Coffin really nails it this week. He opines that compliance officers are the conscious of a company in his Compliance Week (sub req’d)
- Dick Cassin notes that the Justice Department ends its investigation of Core Labs the company’s relationship to Unaoil (here) and Juniper Networks gets a Declination (here). Henry Cutter explains both the WSJ Risk and Compliance Journal.
- The PdVSA ‘management team’ in charge of bribes are all indicted over money-laundering based on FCPA violations. Sam Rubenfeld leads the coverage in the WSJ Risk and Compliance Journal.
- Sally Afonso explains why you need to get out of our compliance conference comfort zone, in the SCCE Compliance and Ethics Blog.
- Joe Mont explores whether businesses misuse NDAs in his article, “Companies twist and abuse non-disclosure agreements”. See article in Compliance Week (sub req’d)
- Ethisphere announces its 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies Awards, see Press Release Matt Kelly explores some of the key similarities in Radical Compliance.
- Tom announces presales of his next book, the Complete Compliance Handbook, which will be published by Compliance Week in April 2018. You can find out more on his website by clicking here.