Tagged: DOJ Compliance Program Evaluation

DOJ’s New Corporate Compliance Guidance: Training and Communications, Reporting and Investigations, Third-Party Management and Mergers and Acquisitions (Part III of V)

DOJ’s New Corporate Compliance Guidance: Training and Communications, Reporting and Investigations, Third-Party Management and Mergers and Acquisitions (Part III of V)

The Volkov Law Group has scheduled a free webinar on DOJ’s New Compliance Program Guidance for May 9, 2019, at 12 noon EST. Sign up HERE. The Justice Department’s new Corporate Compliance Guidance is keyed to the concept of a “well-designed compliance program.”  Under this concept, we first examined risk assessments and policies and procedures.  DOJ’s Corporate Compliance Guidance also addresses training and communications, reporting...

DOJ’s New Corporate Compliance Guidance: Risk Assessments and Policies and Procedures (Part II of V)

DOJ’s New Corporate Compliance Guidance: Risk Assessments and Policies and Procedures (Part II of V)

The Volkov Law Group has scheduled a free webinar on DOJ’s New Compliance Program Guidance for May 9, 2019, at 12 noon EST. Sign up HERE. The Justice Department’s new Corporate Compliance Guidance is keyed to three topics:  Design of a Corporate Compliance Program  Effective Implementation  Does the Compliance Program “Work in Practice”? Part 1 of the Corporate Compliance Guidance addresses the following elements of...

Webinar: DOJ Issues New Compliance Evaluation Guidance

Webinar: DOJ Issues New Compliance Evaluation Guidance Tuesday, March 21, 12 Noon Sign Up Here The Justice Department recently released an important list of questions used by prosecutors to evaluate corporate compliance programs.  The questions focus on important issues relating to a company’s tone-at-the-top, role of its Chief Compliance Officer, risk assessment, due diligence, training, investigations, and monitoring and audit functions. The Justice Department’s release...

Under the Dark of Night, DOJ Moves the Compliance Ball (Part I of IV)

In an unusual move, the Justice Department issued an important document in the dead of night – Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs. (Available Here). We have no explanation from the Justice Department for the issuance of this document.   I can speculate but I suspect there was a personnel issue that explained why the issue was released without notice nor explanation. Whatever the reason, the...