Tag Archives: Rod Rosenstein

Board Engagement: The Ethics and Compliance Missing Link

It’s been a year since I wrote about The Board’s Overlooked Role in Compliance. At the time, it seemed that momentum was building for more proactive board engagement in establishing and overseeing compliance programs. After all, regulators and courts have been increasingly outspoken about the importance of effective compliance programs and pointed about the essential … Continue Reading

The U.S. Justice Department’s Latest Compliance Program Warning

U.S Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein recently announced the Department of Justice’s revised corporate enforcement policy for the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The revised policy is based on an FCPA pilot program (in place since April 2016), which provided mitigation credit for voluntary reporting of wrongdoing and specified levels of cooperation and remediation in connection … Continue Reading

The 12 Days of Compliance

Like a gift that keeps on giving, compliance efforts now can provide long-lasting benefits into the new year. I have written before about the guidance document from the U.S. Department of Justice that was issued in February of this year regarding compliance programs. More recently, in October, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein left no doubt … Continue Reading
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