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How to Make the Case for a Smaller Law Firm to Your Board

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With a smaller law firm, seasoned attorneys are the norm, rather than the associates who typically handle day-to-day business for the big law firms, writes Norm Finkel of Schoenberg, Finkel, Newman and Rosenberg, LLC.

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Compliance Expert Janice G. Jacobs Joins Berkeley Research Group

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Berkeley Research Group announced that Janice Jacobs, a managing director in the firm, has joined Edward Buthusiem and Katherine Norris in BRG’s Healthcare Corporate Compliance and Risk Management practice.

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Benchmarking Your Policy & Procedure Management Program in 2017

Event, May 25, 1 p.m. EDT
NAVEX Global will present a complimentary webinar announcing the recent results from its new Ethics and Compliance Policy & Procedure Management Benchmark Report on May 25.

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Study: Most CCOs Don’t Review Incentive Risks

Study: Most CCOs Don’t Review Incentive Risks

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Matt Kelly of Radical Compliance writes about a new report from the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics finds that most chief compliance officers don’t review incentive-based compensation for possible misconduct risk.

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MDO Partners to Present on FCPA at SCCE Miami Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference

Event, May 5, 2017
MDO Partners will participate at the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) Miami Regional Compliance & Ethics Conference on May 5, 2017.

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16th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute Set in Las Vegas

16th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute Set in Las Vegas

Event, Oct. 15-18, 2017
More than 1,700 compliance professionals are expected to attend the 16th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute in Las Vegas Oct. 15-18, 2017.

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U.S. Investor, CEO Groups Set for Lobbying Battle Over Proxy Challenges

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A major business trade group’s request that the White House use its influence on the SEC to make it harder to get governance, political or environmental issues onto corporate ballots has a new opponent, Reuters reports.

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Michael Best Hires Senior Director of Affirmative Action Plans & Contractor Compliance

Michael Best Hires Senior Director of Affirmative Action Plans & Contractor Compliance

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Michael Best & Friedrich LLP has added Maryelena Zaccardelli to its Washington, D.C. office as the firm’s Senior Director of Affirmative Action Plans & Contractor Compliance.

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Download: Eight Practices to Oversee Risk Effectively

Download: Eight Practices to Oversee Risk Effectively

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The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) has published a complimentary executive summary of “Eight Key Practices for Overseeing Risk Management.”

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GCSG Launches a New Due Diligence Report Product for Businesses

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GCSG has created a due diligence report to help companies assess potential risks associated with their current and potential third party relationships.

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Corporate Ethics Advocate Thomas Fox Talks Trump Effect in Podcasts, E-Book

Corporate Ethics Advocate Thomas Fox Talks Trump Effect in Podcasts, E-Book

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Corporate compliance consultant, author and lawyer Thomas Fox is producing a new podcast series that has generated an e-book exploring the outlook for business ethics at home and overseas under incoming President Donald Trump.

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Event – A Wake-Up Call: Antitrust Compliance in the U.S.

Event – A Wake-Up Call: Antitrust Compliance in the U.S.

Event, Jan. 19, NYC
Bloomberg BNA will present a complimentary event to discuss the widespread corporate apathy towards antitrust risks – and why the business community needs a collective wake-up call.

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Whistle-Blowers Spur Companies to Change Their Ways

Whistle-Blowers Spur Companies to Change Their Ways

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A study of companies subjected to whistle-blowing underscores the notion that insiders are best positioned to monitor companies’ financial reporting, according to a report The New York Times.

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White Paper: Top 10 Ethics & Compliance Predictions and Recommendations

White Paper: Top 10 Ethics & Compliance Predictions and Recommendations

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Navex Global has published its 2017 edition of the annual Top 10 Ethics & Compliance Predictions and Recommendations white paper.

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Zuckerberg and Musk Expose Silicon Valley’s Poor Corporate Governance

Zuckerberg and Musk Expose Silicon Valley’s Poor Corporate Governance

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Reports cover recently unsealed documents in a shareholder lawsuit that contends Facebook’s recent stock split with a new class of nonvoting stock is tantamount to “granting Zuckerberg billions of dollars in equity, for which he will not pay anything.”

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Embraer Settles Bribery Charges With SEC and DOJ

Embraer Settles Bribery Charges With SEC and DOJ

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The SEC alleged Embraer made more than $83 million in profits as a result of bribe payments from its U.S.-based subsidiary through third-party agents to foreign government officials in the Dominican Republic, Saudi Arabia and Mozambique.

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Compliance and Ethics Program Comparison: Survey Results

Compliance and Ethics Program Comparison: Survey Results

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The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association recently conducted a survey to gauge the effectiveness of compliance programs at preventing incidents from occurring.

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Complimentary Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference

Complimentary Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference

Event, Nov. 15, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. PST
Navex Global will present the sixth annual Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference on Nov. 15 — a free, one-day, online event.

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Your Organization’s Corporate Culture Needs TLC

Your Organization’s Corporate Culture Needs TLC

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Recent events prompt more attention and focus on corporate culture. The article outlines key components and a step-by-step assessment to help organizations not only assess their corporate culture but take steps to improve it.

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How Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf Crashed Himself

How Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf Crashed Himself

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A writer for Fortune traces the Wells Fargo former CEO’s handling of the recent scandal, pointing to the three times he responded with too little too late.

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