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Global Ethics & Compliance 

A New Breed of CCO for a New Era: What Companies Need Now
May 31, 2013
Smart companies in all sectors are now recognizing that the expanded role of the CCO can provide real strategic value, far beyond the boundaries of the traditionally circumscribed compliance function.

Kathy Cooper Franklin
Three Questions Boards Must Ask About Their Companies' Ethics & Compliance Program
April 18, 2013
Katherine Cooper Franklin and Chip Jones, co-leaders of the Corporate Ethics and Compliance practice group, Littler Mendelson, share the three questions boards should ask, and what to look for in management’s answers. Company culture, training, and identifying risk areas are very important to a successful compliance program.

Erica Salmon Byrne
What Directors Should Look for From Their Compliance Program
January 10, 2013
Compliance is one area where boards may not know what questions to ask to make sure their company program is set up for success. Erica Salmon Bryne, Executive Vice President, Compliance & Governance Solutions, Corpedia, reviews what a good compliance program looks like, details to ask the compliance officer, and how the board can support and promote the company compliance program.

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Talking Points: “Whistleblowers are Wanted and Valued”
October 16, 2012
A plaintiff's attorney talks about the IRS’ recent whistleblower reward pay out, how the Dodd-Frank Act provisions may impact future whistleblowers, and why he expects to see a rise in the number of whistleblowers in coming years.

Alex Brigham
The Board's Role Creating a 'Zero Tolerance' Ethical Culture
May 04, 2010
Good companies emphasize ethics because it can be very profitable. Alex Brigham, Executive Director, Ethisphere Institute talks about the three steps boards should take to drive a culture of ethics at their companies.

One Destination, Many Paths: The Anti-bribery Thicket
March 08, 2010
New or updated laws criminalizing the bribery of domestic and foreign public officials are sprouting up everywhere. It sounds like we should be nearing the mythical “level playing field,” but while uneven and erratic enforcement remains the greatest obstacle, another dilemma lies buried in the globalization of antibribery laws.


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