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February 2017

When Purported Corporate Values Fail to Align with Actions

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By: Barbara Brooks Kimmel Barbara compiles “Tuning In to Trust & Ethics,” a monthly column of Trust Across America-Trust Around the World’s Trust Alliance. As Trust Across America’s column has discussed in the past, organizations and their leaders often find themselves caught in “trust and ethics traps.” This week’s “biggest catch” was Mylan…

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Breaking News: DOJ Issues New Guidance for Compliance Officers on Quality of Compliance Programs

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The DOJ Fraud Section’s “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” puts chief compliance officers, the “C Suite” and the Board of Directors on notice about how the adequacy of their companies’ compliance programs will be evaluated by prosecutors if investigated. The publication outlines specific factors that prosecutors should consider in conducting…

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