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Weekly Update Newsletter - August 2017 #3

by PilieroMazza PLLC on

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS - “Industry Experts Advise GovCon Firms to Prepare for Possible Gov Shutdown.” ExecutiveGov, August 16, 2017. Retrieved from executivegov.com - An ExecutiveGov article from August 16, 2017 analyzes...more

John Skvarla on the Strength of North Carolina Commerce

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

In May, North Carolina won Site Selection magazine’s 2017 Prosperity Cup, earning recognition once again for its economic appeal and ability to attract new investments while offering a climate that supports growth. On the...more

Why “one and done” FCPA due-diligence is not enough

In part II of my interview with Joe Spinelli, Senior Managing Director, Kroll, we continue to explore findings of the Kroll-Ethisphere 2017 Anti-Bribery and Corruption Benchmarking Report. In this interview, Joe shares: *...more

2017 N.C. Legislative Session in Review

by Smith Anderson on

The N.C. General Assembly worked into the early morning hours on June 30 to finish its business for the 2017 legislative session. The session officially began January 11 and ran for six months for a total of 93 legislative...more

FCPA Compliance Challenges & New Lines of Defense

In part one of a two part interview, Joe Spinelli, Senior Managing Director, Kroll, addresses the recent Kroll-Ethisphere Anti-Bribery and Corruption Benchmarking Report. In this interview Joe focuses on: *The need and...more

FCPA Compliance Training That's About the 'What Happens' at the Front-lines

Building on an impactful internal program developed and produced with Mastercard, this anti-bribery training film depicts real-world events that ultimately led to my pleading guilty to FCPA offenses. Keith Slotter, former...more

Did The Harvard Shareholder Rights Project Prove Itself Wrong?

by Allen Matkins on

In December 2014, Stanford Law School Professor Joseph A. Grundfest and Daniel M. Gallagher incited an academic titanomachy when they released a draft of an academic paper provocatively entitled “Did Harvard Violate Federal...more

Reading the (Bathroom) Signs

Under prior law, single-user restrooms were permitted to be designated as either for men only, for women only or for all genders. That is about to change. ...more

Saudi Arabia Launches First Education PPP Programme

by King & Spalding on

The latest aspect of Saudi Arabia’s wide-ranging Vision 2030 economic reform initiative has taken a step closer with Tatweer Buildings Company’s (TBC’s) plans to establish the first education public private partnership (PPP)...more

IRS Warns Schools of Targeted W-2 Phishing Scams

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

Originally published in the IRS EO Update: e-News for Charities & Nonprofits newsletter - February 3, 2017. The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and the tax industry issued an urgent alert today to all...more

Why Do People Bribe and What Stops Them?

In an interview with Barry Vitou, Partner, Pinsent Masons, as posted in www.thebriberyact.com, we discuss why people bribe, what stops them, and what someone should do if they crossed an ethical or legal guardrail. Is it ever...more

Second Circuit Adopts Narrow Interpretation of Trust Indenture Act Provision Intended to Protect Bondholders

On January 17, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit rendered a much anticipated decision in Marblegate Asset Management, LLC v. Education Management Corp., No. 15-2124-cv(L), 15-2141-cv(CON), reversing the Southern...more

Year-End Tax Planning with Tax Credit-Funded Scholarships

The Alabama Accountability Act provides state income tax credits to certain donors who make contributions to a state-approved scholarship granting organization (SGO). Alabama’s neediest school children can be helped at little...more

Corruption Risk in Pharma and Medical Device Markets

At the 17th Annual Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Compliance Congress (October 2016, Washington DC), Paul Hastings Partner Gary Giampetruzzi and I exchange perspectives on a panel titled "Behind the Bribe: Multiple Real...more

How Election Results Will Impact North Carolina Businesses

by Brooks Pierce on

After a lengthy and contentious campaign, voters have chosen new leaders for our nation and state. Those choices could impact North Carolina businesses in a number of significant ways....more

Corporate Corruption, Culture and Compliance (Part II)

In part II of my interview on CCTV America, The Heat (October 25th), I respond to questions about the hazards which can occur when compliance leaders lose their “line of sight” into the business. I also share my...more

Corporate Corruption, Culture and Compliance (Part I)

On October 25th, I appeared on CCTV America, The Heat, where I took a deep dive into the issue of corporate corruption in the United States. My co-panelists were Marc Hodak, who counsels corporations as the Founder of...more

CFPB Consumer Advisory Board to meet on Oct. 27

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

The CFPB has published a notice in the Federal Register announcing that a meeting of its Consumer Advisory Board (CAB) will be held on October 27, 2016. The notice indicates that the CAB will discuss student loan...more

Kristy Grant-Hart on “How to Be a Wildly Effective Compliance Officer."

In this fifteen minute interview, Kristy Grant-Hart (Managing Director, Spark Compliance Consulting) answers a number of questions pertaining to her recent book How to Be a Wildly Effective Compliance Officer. Kristy talks...more

How Can We Develop Anti-Bribery Ambassadors?

In this interview with Frank Brown, Value-Chain/Anti-Corruption Program Team Leader at the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) we exchange perspectives on a number of issues, including: * How can we get...more

Can Emerging Markets Counter the Corrupt Narrative?

In this ten-minute video interview, Frank Brown, Anti-Corruption Program Team Leader for the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), addresses the value of collective compliance solutions in emerging markets, as...more

District Court Further Limits Application of Professional Services Exclusion

One of the most heavily-litigated exclusions in modern insurance coverage practice was the subject of a recent district court decision involving allegedly misleading marketing by for-profit colleges. Exclusions for claims or...more

Foliage, Frost, Frozen Ponds and The FOIA (Part Three): Trying To Do The Right Thing Is A Good Thing Under The FOIA

In our latest posting on the Freedom of Information Act [“FOIA”], we confirm that the Freedom of Information Commission [“FOIC”] has a heart, and may sometimes forgive technical non-compliance by public agencies and their...more

New Opportunities in Cuba for Universities

by Baker Donelson on

The Administration's recent efforts to normalize trade relations with Cuba has resulted in new opportunities for universities. Although the embargo is still in place, the Administration has carved out multiple exceptions....more

This Week in FCPA-Episod 9

by Thomas Fox on

In this episode Jay Rosen and I discuss the FCPA related events for the week of June 17. We talk about the Biomet DPA extension, the Rincon FCPA guilty plea, open FCPA investigations in China and the recently concluded ACFE...more

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