An anti-corruption program should be a living, breathing embodiment and reflection of the current and contemplated corruption risks that are nuanced to the world at large, the industry in which the company operates ...
I always say that the government does not enforce the laws in secret – they tell businesses what they plan to do and then they carry it out.
Organizations have varied reasons for outsourcing information technology functions to third-party service providers. Companies that outsource may do so to reduce operational cost or for subject matter expertise.
Last week marked the anniversary of the birth of one of the most notorious Americans of all time: Benedict Arnold. His name is synonymous with the word traitor in the United States and in many ways more derogatory.
During the holiday season, organizations give and receive more gifts from customers and vendors. Now is the time for companies to refresh employees’ memories about their company’s gifts and hospitality rules.
A thoughtfully conceived and well-implemented anti-corruption program will produce various categories of alerts or “red flags” that require investigation. An important mechanism of your program is providing ...
I try to avoid New Year’s resolutions because I usually do not stick to them. But the process is good as a way to organize your focus and energy. For Chief Compliance Officers, it is more important than ever to re-examine where they are professionally and set some goals for the year.
CCI today announced the debut of the FCPA Video Training Series hosted by CCI founder Maurice Gilbert and featuring FCPA expert Tom Fox of Tom Fox Law. The series begins today with Episode One, "What is the FCPA," and continues for the next few months with 10 additional episodes.
As the year end approaches, I have been thinking back on the last 11 months and where I have seen the most confusion for companies regarding import and export compliance.
Armed with its revised Green Guides, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) continues to police what it sees as false and misleading environmental claims.
They say that stress induces productivity, but it also leads to burnout, unhappiness and even employee turnover. Stressed workers are more irritable and confrontational. They also miss deadlines more often...
The vast majority of FCPA enforcement actions involve bribery payments made by third parties, as opposed to those made directly by employees or officers.