Looking back, I guess you could say any predictions that FCPA prosecutions would go by the wayside over the last four years were incorrect, as
Remote work isn’t so temporary after all, as businesses think about new work-from-home arrangements amid the Covid-19 pandemic, accelerating an already emerging trend. But rules
I just watched the new HBO drama Bad Education, and I highly recommend it.
The new Hogan Lovells’ Steering the Course II report examines the approaches, concerns, and regional differences of multinational corporations across the globe as they tackle
With the U.S. government encouraging businesses to earn cooperation credit at the penalty phase of enforcement actions through the “naming of names” at the onset
We’ve seen in the past few years more CEOs stepping down for displays of poor conduct, bad judgment, and even a disregard for taking misconduct seriously enough. Travis Kalanick at Uber, Roger Ailes at Fox News, Dov Charney at American Apparel, and Harvey Weinstein at The Weinstein Company are among them.
In writing and speaking about regulatory compliance, one term that comes up quite a bit is “credible deterrence.” When deterrence is real, institutions and the people in them are able to resist any temptation to skirt legal and regulatory imperatives, if only because of the fear of likely repercussions.
The streak of expense-claim abuses that reportedly caused some 200 employees to lose their jobs at Fidelity Investments may be familiar to the many firms that offer partial reimbursement for expenses such as computers and accessories or fitness memberships and equipment.