...terrorists and drug dealers. But what is most notable about the HSBC DPA, perhaps obscured by the record-breaking fine: a mandate for unprecedented and...
...and money-laundering risk (see pages 5-9 of the HSBC Deferred...
The Daily Report
When it comes to whistleblower laws, most U.S. companies have focused their attention on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission during the last year
When it comes to whistleblower laws, most U.S. companies have focused on the SEC. But the $104 million award from the IRS is a reminder that other agencies have their own rules for blowing the whistl
A racing group finds itself in unwelcome (and all-too-familiar) territory
Baker & McKenzie's Ryan McConnell, Schlumberger deputy GC Daniel Trujillo, and law student Katelyn Richardson find when companies don't gather and analyze Moneyball-like data, effective compliance pr
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
The movie Moneyball showed how baseball franchises use statistics to improve performance. Now, some legal departments have begun gathering statistical data to evaluate their compliance programs
Two weeks after a scandal involving overcharging bettors shook the New York Racing Association, legal and compliance expert Kenneth Handal was named acting general counsel
...a compliance monitor was almost a given when a corporation signed a DPA. And it still is in some jurisdictions, such as New Jersey. "...
...a compliance monitor was almost a given when a corporation signed a DPA. And it still is in some jurisdictions, such as New Jersey. ...
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