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Anti-graft reform lifts Asia, tempered by political risk

As Jason Deegan’s post for the FCPA Blog recently reminded us, Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) rarely points to major changes from year to year. However, a closer analysis of ratings since 2012 – the year when TI adopted its current methodology for the CPI – may be more revealing.… Continue Reading

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The Controversy Surrounding the Corporate Transparency Act of 2019

Gavin/Solmonese’s Anne Eberhardt explores the opposition to the Corporate Transparency Act of 2019, stemming in part from privacy concerns and worry over the potential compromise of preserving market competitive forces. On October 22, 2019, the House voted to pass the Corporate Transparency Act of 2019, a bill to require disclosure of the “ultimate beneficial owners,”

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5 Ideas for Chief Compliance Officers Navigating into the “Next Normal”

COVID-19 is shifting the risk and compliance landscape for businesses. Deloitte’s Rob Biskup comments on the environment that’s becoming the “next normal” and offers guidance for CCOs to consider moving forward. It can be said that when you strip the bark off a tree, it tends to expose the decay — and this metaphor may

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At Large: OFAC creates titanic problem for compliance chiefs

Amid the coming post-Covid-19 resizing wave, when chief compliance officers request bigger budgets, don’t laugh, and don’t blame them. This time, it’s OFAC’s fault. Last week, OFAC — the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control — published a 35-page “advisory,” along with the State Department and U.S.… Continue Reading

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Could Your Next Video Conference Land You in Prison?

With the sudden increase in WFH policies, many companies have increased their use of audio and video conferencing tools. But with improved communication and productivity they offer comes increased security concerns. Kroll’s Alan Brill discusses privacy risks and examines the legal issues associated with using these tools. As IT and information security teams and professionals

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Drawing The Line Between Collaboration and Collusion

COVID-19 is creating a gray area between legitimate collaboration and anticompetitive collusion. (Not all information exchanges point to price-fixing.) Morrison Foerster’s David Cross and Margaret Webb explain the impact this is having on lawful collaboration. Collaboration among businesses, including competitors, is critically important to help address the global pandemic. The U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division

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