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More additions to the list of profs and schools teaching compliance

Scott Killingsworth, a partner at Bryan Cave and one of Ethisphere’s “Attorneys Who Matter” in ethics and compliance for 2013 and 2014, sent us this note:

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Add to the list of those who are teaching, or have recently taught, corporate compliance courses in law schools:

Paul McGreal at South Texas College of Law and now the University of Dayton School of Law

Ted Banks at Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Amii Barnard-Bahn at Golden Gate University School of Law

Laura Murphy at Seattle University School of Law

Steven Olson and Linda DiSantis at Georgia State University College of Law, and

Jennifer Sommer and Laura Asbury at the University of Arkansas School of Law.… Continue Reading

Job: Director, Compliance & Monitoring (KPMG, NYC)

Job Title:  Director, Compliance & Monitoring

Employer:  KPMG

Location: New York, NY



Perform mergers and acquisition integrity due diligence, facilitate Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) due diligence and program development, anti-money laundering due diligence, remediation, and procedure development, conduct fraud investigations, background research of targets and related parties, perform asset identification .… Continue Reading

CareAll whistleblower awarded $3.9 million in FCA settlement

CareAll Management LLC agreed to pay $25 million to the United States and the state of Tennessee to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by submitting false and upcoded home healthcare billings to the Medicare and Medicaid programs, the DOJ said Wednesday.… Continue Reading

China to share fugitives’ assets with countries assisting the ‘fox hunt’

Foreign countries helping China catch corrupt officials who have fled overseas with their illicit gains can share up to 80% of their forfeited assets, said a criminal law expert.
As part of the “Operation Fox Hunt 2014” launched in July, 180 fugitives of economic crimes have been extradited or persuaded to return to China, according to the Public Security Ministry.… Continue Reading