After so many years of hard work and good people entering and progressing in the field of compliance, including its standing in the organization, why is it that good companies continue to get into trouble? … Continue Reading
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The real world isn’t just good guys and bad guys. There’s a story behind every compliance problem, and even though it may not excuse anyone’s behavior, it should be a reminder that people just like us make mistakes — sometimes really big mistakes.… Continue Reading
We’ve all heard of them — the Bernie Madoffs and Michael Milkens whose cinematic crimes have painted our perception of white-collar criminality.
However, while wrongdoers such as Madoff and Milken are rightly villainized for their misdeeds, their dramatic schemes tend to occlude the far more common phenomenon of smaller-scale white-collar crime.… Continue Reading
The FCPA Blog’s recent postings on the rise in compliance education are encouraging. At Fordham Law School, we’re finding increasing demand from the business community in New York and throughout the country for compliance professionals and believe that it is one of the most important growth areas for legal education.… Continue Reading
Business opportunities in China abound. But as anyone who reads the FCPA Blog knows, compliance there can be particularly challenging.… Continue Reading