Everything Compliance is the only roundtable podcast in compliance, with four top compliance practitioners. As the dog days of summer in the US and the long spell between July 4thand Labor Day commence, the Everything Compliance team returns to its four focused topics. Rants follow the commentary.
- Jonathan Armstrong discusses GDPR at six weeks post go-live. Where are we? What is the difference between public pronouncements by regulators and private actions by EU individuals? Where are we going?
- Matt Kelly considers Trump’s move to politicize the selection process for administrative law judges and what this might mean for agency enforcement going forward?
- Tom Fox explores three FCPA settlements incorporating the new FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy and anti-piling on policy. (D&B, Panasonic and Credit Suisse) He considers them in light of some of the following questions:
- Do these matters increasing the incentive for companies to self-disclose?
- Will these and similar resolutions increase compliance?
- Or will it go the other way and cause companies to take compliance less seriously?
- Jay Rosen considers the pro-active uses of monitoring in areas outside anti-corruption compliance. Here I am thinking about uses to satisfy anti-trust agreements with the FTC/DOJ and hospital conversions.
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