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The Department of Justice and Antitrust Compliance

Just in case you needed more evidence that demonstrating an effective compliance program is beneficial, recently the Department of Justice introduced changes in the Antitrust Division’s Corporate Leniency Program that factors in a company’s investment in and effectiveness of their […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: April 30, 2019

New EU whistleblower rules, the first criminal charges of the opioid crisis, retaliation for war crimes-related whistleblowing, and more. Join the Convercent team for a weekly review of the top stories and most newsworthy events in the ethics and compliance […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: April 17, 2019

Join the Convercent team for a weekly review of the top stories and most newsworthy events in the ethics and compliance industry. The focus is global, but you might be surprised by how relevant these stories are, both across borders […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: April 4, 2019

A whistleblower in the White House, NASA’s all-female spacewalk cancellation, the ethics of artificial intelligence, and more. Join the Convercent team for a weekly review of the top stories and most newsworthy events in the ethics and compliance industry. The […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: March 19, 2019

Spotify takes on Apple in the EU, getting to know the FBI’s Office of Integrity and Compliance, how new technologies impact ethics, and more. Join the Convercent team for a weekly review of the top stories and most newsworthy events […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: March 14, 2019

An ethics complaint about ties to Boeing, the first all-female spacewalk, the continued drama surrounding SNC-Lavalin, FCPA violations, and more. Join the Convercent team for a weekly review of the top stories and most newsworthy events in the ethics and […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: March 6, 2019

The world’s most ethical companies, a dream of ending forced arbitration, public disclosure of pay gaps based on ethnicity, and more. Join the Convercent team for a weekly review of the top stories and most newsworthy events in the ethics […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: February 22, 2019

Convercent launches in Microsoft Azure, hefty fines for UBS, the realities of whistleblower retaliation, and more. Join the Convercent team for a weekly review of the top stories and most newsworthy events in the ethics and compliance industry. The focus […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: February 15, 2019

Independent monitors in compliance, Facebook’s new approach to CSR, the evolution of the Chief Data Officer role, and more. Join the Convercent team for a weekly review of the top stories and most newsworthy events in the ethics and compliance […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: February 7, 2019

#MeToo’s lasting impact on corporate culture, challenges for the EU’s Copyright Directive, increased protections for pregnant women in the U.K., and more. Join the Convercent team for a weekly review of the top stories and most newsworthy events in the […]

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Whistleblower Risk for Private Companies

The whistleblower protection law known as Sarbanes-Oxley made it clear: publicly traded companies must protect whistleblowers from retaliation, or face large fines and legal actions. Yet, a widely misunderstood ruling by the Supreme Court opened up Sarbanes-Oxley’s whistleblower protections to […]

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Compliance and Ethics in Review: December 21, 2018

Salesforce making sure AI is used for good, companies doing right by America, 2018’s biggest ethical blunders, and more. Join the Convercent team for a review of the top stories and most newsworthy events in the ethics and compliance industry. […]

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