Tagged: Michael Volkov

Episode 48: Tom Fox and Michael Volkov Review FCPA Enforcement for First Half of 2018

FCPA enforcement in the first half of 2018 continued at a steady pace.  The first half of 2018 included several significant corporate and individual prosecutions for FCPA violations.  Tom Fox and Michael Volkov review FCPA enforcement and identify significant trends and enforcement actions. Tom Fox has released his new compliance book — The Compliance Handbook, which is available at HERE

Volkov Law — In the News and on the Web

Michael Volkov Quoted by ABC News:  Michael Avenatti casts himself as anti-Trump avenger, May 16, 2018 HERE The inspector general of the Treasury Department is now investigating possible leaks of Suspicious Activity Reports, or SARs, from Cohen’s financial institutions. “Suspicious activity reports are confidential. They’re not allowed to be leaked,” said Michael Volkov, a white-collar defense lawyer who spent seventeen years as a federal prosecutor...

Episode 24 — Corporate Board Reform

The growth in ethics and compliance has had a dramatic impact on corporate actors, including the CEO, chief compliance officers, internal audit and chief financial officers.  The corporate board’s role in compliance continues to be deficient.  Corporate boards are in for a rude awakening — a new era of accountability for ethics and compliance is beginning. In this episode, Michael Volkov outlines the issues surrounding...

Michael Volkov’s New E-Book: Pointing the Finger — How Corporate Boards Are Dodging Accountability and What CCOs Can Do About It

I am pleased to announce the release of my new e-book:  Pointing the Finger — How Corporate Boards are Dodging Accountability and What CCOs Can Do About It. My new e-book can be downloaded HERE. Thanks to Corporate Compliance Insights for publishing the book and its continuing support. The compliance revolution has had a dramatic impact on important actors in the compliance arena – the...

Episode 16 — Michael Volkov’s Perspective on the Russian Investigation — Analysis and Review of Manafort/Gates Indictment and Papadopolous Plea (Part I of III)

Michael Volkov provides his perspective, based on 25 years as a federal prosecutor, on Special Counsel Mueller’s ongoing investigation of the Trump Administration and potential crimes involving illegal collaboration with the Russian government and obstruction of justice. Michael Volkov provides a fresh overview of the ongoing investigation, and focuses this initial episode on the background and tactics used in the investigation, the Manafort and Gates...

Michael Volkov Interview with BvD’s Alistair King

I had the good fortune to spend time recently with Bureau van Dijk’s Alistair King for an interview. BvD recently posted the interview Here. BvD is a sponsor of this blog and a terrific compliance partner I have been impressed with BvD’s product offering – key tools in your third-party screening process that offer difficult to find information. BvD specializes in information on private companies,...

New Free E-Book: A Return to Common Sense: The Justice Department’s Latest Attempts to Deter Corporate Criminals

I am pleased to announce the release by Corporate Compliance Insights of my new e-book: A Return to Common Sense: The Justice Department’s Latest Attempts to Deter Corporate Crime.  You can download the book here. With the release of the Yates Memorandum, and the readjustment of FCPA prosecution priorities and strategies, the Department of Justice is in the throes of a significant policy change in...

Webinar: Top 10 Challenges to Implementing an Effective Ethics and Compliance Program

March 29, 2016, 12 Noon EST Sign Up HERE Chief compliance officers face a number of important challenges when designing and implementing an effective ethics and compliance program. In order to succeed, CCOs have to overcome these challenges, focus on real and attainable objectives, and enlist the support of key stakeholders. Join Michael Volkov, CEO of The Volkov Law Group, as he discusses the top...