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Philip N. Storm

Philip N. Storm

Littler Mendelson P.C.

Chicago, IL, USA


Philip Storm is a shareholder at Littler Mendelson, a global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide.  He provides advice to clients on the full lifecycle of internal investigations, from best practices for developing whistleblower and internal investigation programs to actively managing the client’s most sensitive internal investigations. His practice also focuses on streamlined design and implementation of all aspects of legally compliant corporate ethics and compliance programs.

Phil manages, conducts and counsels clients on internal investigations involving all areas of compliance with law and corporate policies, conducts ethics and compliance program risk assessments for clients; trains leadership, compliance, investigation, and HR personnel; and develops and modernizes investigation guidelines and escalation protocols.  He has extensive experience leading and managing the internal ethics, compliance and investigations initiatives of a multi-national, public company, and his expertise encompasses the entire spectrum of effective ethics and compliance programs, including:

  • Overseeing and actively conducting sensitive internal investigations
  • Developing effective investigation guidelines, procedures and reporting protocols
  • Conducting ethics and compliance program assessments and implementing enhancements
  • Designing codes of ethics and related policies
  • Configuring internal investigation functions, whistleblower lines and intake channels
  • Training and advising investigation personnel
  • Fashioning engaging ethics and compliance communications and interactive training

Phil’s experience both domestically and internationally in investigations and ethics and compliance programs spans all substantive forms of legal and ethical misconduct, including top enterprise risk areas such as:

  • Anti-corruption
  • Senior executive misconduct
  • Financial fraud and integrity
  • Misuse of technology, intellectual property and confidential information
  • Data privacy
  • Retaliation, harassment, and discrimination
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