Richard L. Cassin | Editor at large
Richard L. Cassin is the founder of the FCPA Blog. He serves as editor at large.
Living through a large-scale catastrophic event can bring on reflective thought and self assessment. Last week’s arctic weather in my home state of Texas did
The Baader-Meinhof phenomenon? Although the name might not be familiar, everyone knows what it is.
There’s a persistent belief in the C-suite that responses to disruptive events — like a deadly pandemic that never seems to end — must include
Crowdsourced performance appraisals are all the rage in corporate life, with peers constantly rating how well or poorly co-workers are doing their jobs. Do peer
One of the byproducts of our locked-down, socially distanced, mask-wearing, remote-working world is that introverts are feeling more comfortable. They don’t need to pretend to
A few days ago, before the mob had stormed and ransacked the U.S. Capitol, when our only disruptive crisis was a deadly pandemic, I told
Beginning in 2008, when Siemens resolved its mega-FCPA case for $800 million, December has been a month of FCPA fireworks.
Due diligence turns up a lot of ugly stuff. Sometimes compliance professionals learn too much. In those cases, what should they do? When does a