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Advanced Compliance and Ethics Workshop 2018

Publication Date: October 2018 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: 9781402432521 Page Count: 542 pages

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Chapter 1: The Evolution of the Law of Corporate Compliance in the United States: A Brief Overview (August 2018) Rebecca Walker ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 2: An Overview of Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs Paul E. McGreal ~ Professor of Law, Creighton University School of Law
Chapter 3: Compliance Developments and Concerns for 2018, Compliance & Ethics Professional, January 2018, at 73 Rebecca Walker ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 4: Program Management & Structure and Board Oversight Michael Bramnick ~ Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs & Chief Compliance Officer, NRG Energy, Inc.
Chapter 5: Built to Last: Top 5 Reasons Your Compliance Initiatives Fail, Compliance & Ethics Professional, August 2017, at 41 Amii L. Barnard-Bahn ~ Executive Coach and Strategic Advisor, Barnard-Bahn Consulting & Coaching
Chapter 6: Extending the Reach of Your Program: Compliance and Ethics Liaisons, Compliance & Ethics Professional, December 2014, at 21 Rebecca Walker ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 7: Reporting to the Board on the Compliance and Ethics Program, Compliance & Ethics Professional, June 2014, at 59 Jeffrey M. Kaplan ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Rebecca Walker ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 8: Assessing Risk Assessment Jeffrey M. Kaplan ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 9: Sample Consolidated Risk Register Laurel L. Burke ~ Director and Associate General Counsel – Compliance, Peabody Energy
Chapter 10: Building Effective Global Compliance Programs: Practical Tips for Avoiding a “US-Centric” Approach to Risk Mitigation Gina Saviola ~ Senior Compliance Counsel, Jacobs Engineering Group
Allen W. Chiu ~ Chief Compliance Officer & Global Head of Litigation, Genesys
Chapter 11: 2018 Ethics & Compliance Hotline and Incident Management Benchmark Report—Data & Analysis to Benchmark Your Program Against the World’s Largest Report Database—and Enhance Your Program Effectiveness Carrie Penman ~ Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Vice President of Advisory Services, NAVEX Global
Chapter 12: Assessing the E&C Investigations Process Jeffrey M. Kaplan ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 13: Laying the Groundwork for an Effective In-House Compliance Investigations Program (August 23, 2018) Kurt Stitcher ~ Vice President, Global Compliance, DJO Global
Chapter 14: Audit Interviews Regarding Employee C&E Knowledge Jeffrey M. Kaplan ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 15: U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs (February 8, 2017) Rebecca Walker ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 16: Practical Tips Re: U.S. and International Anti-Bribery Laws and Our Anti-Bribery Policy Nancy A. Heafey ~ Senior University Counsel, Stanford University
Chapter 17: Anti-Bribery Questionnaire/Organization Nancy A. Heafey ~ Senior University Counsel, Stanford University
Chapter 18: Third-Party Annual Certification Nancy A. Heafey ~ Senior University Counsel, Stanford University
Chapter 19: Conflicts of Interest Outline Monica Reinmiller ~ Compliance Counsel, T-Mobile
Chapter 20: Google Anti-Bribery Due Diligence Process Andrew J. Hinton ~ Vice President of Global Ethics & Compliance, Google LLC
Chapter 21: Jeffrey M. Kaplan, Conflicts of Interest, Corruption and Fraud: What Are the Connections? Andrew J. Hinton ~ Vice President of Global Ethics & Compliance, Google LLC
Chapter 22: Paul Catchick, Conflict of Interest: Gateway to Corruption Andrew J. Hinton ~ Vice President of Global Ethics & Compliance, Google LLC
Chapter 23: Kelly J. Todd, Why Corruption Always Requires a Conflict of Interest (October 28, 2016) Andrew J. Hinton ~ Vice President of Global Ethics & Compliance, Google LLC
Chapter 24: Recent Articles from the Conflict of Interest Blog Jeffrey M. Kaplan ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 25: April Oliver and Monica Rosenkranz, A Practical Guide to Reinventing a Business Code of Conduct (July 2018) April Oliver ~ Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Global Ethics & Integrity, Salesforce Inc.
Chapter 26: Compliance Codes, Training and Communication Adrian D. Mebane ~ Deputy General Counsel and Vice President, Global Commercial & Supply Chain, The Hershey Company
Chapter 27: Assessing Compliance Training Jeffrey M. Kaplan ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 28: Ethics and Compliance Program Charters and the Value of Self Knowledge, ethikos: The Journal of Practical Business Ethics, January/February 2018, Vol. 32, No. 1 at 37 Rebecca Walker ~ Kaplan & Walker LLP
Chapter 29: Caterina Bulgarella, A Two-Factor Model of Ethical Culture—A Conceptual Frame for Ethical Systems’ Culture Survey Azish Filabi ~ Executive Director, Ethical Systems
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Rebecca Walker, Kaplan & Walker LLP
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