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From Making the Right Decisions to Asking the Right Questions: Linda Graebner Discusses Her Move from the C-Suite to the Boardroom...

Linda Graebner spent many years as a CEO leading consumer product companies, and has held numerous other leadership positions in the business world. But she is currently thriving in a new role: the boardroom. At the request...more

On Leadership – A Simple Message and Asking the Right Questions

Sometimes, as a leader it is important to say something numerous times, to repeat your message so that it will come through loud and clear. For any Chief Executive Officer (CEO) it is incumbent to continually reinforce your...more

Conflict Avoidance and Conflict Resolution Mistakes that Ruin Workplace Culture, Part III: Failing to Address Workplace Conflicts

In part one and part two of this three-part series, we discussed two of the most common traps employers fall into when it comes to avoiding and resolving workplace conflict: failing to anticipate and plan for high-risk...more

Corporate Social Responsibility and Compliance: Commitment at the Top

This is the fifth in a series of posts reflecting excerpts from a chapter that I authored on corporate social responsibility (“CSR”) for the Corporate Legal Compliance Handbook. Integrating CSR into the framework of a...more

Corporate governance: Tools for the job

Japan's corporate governance reforms hold promise of real change. Local and foreign observers have attributed the low "metabolism" of Japan's economy to the low productivity and comparatively low profitability of many...more

Why is Working in Compliance Meaningful? Part I

Yesterday I wrote about my passion for the compliance profession and why, in many ways, I feel privileged to work in this field. Based on the comments I received, many others feel the same way about working in compliance;...more

So You Might Sell Your Business Someday. Do You Need a Broker?

After a lifetime of pouring time and energy into growing and expanding, Pawlenty Energy, JR and Sue Ellen Pawlenty are ready to sell their business and retire. Having never sold anything of this magnitude, JR and Sue Ellen...more

UK Prudential Regulator Reminds CRR Firms about Management Body Diversity 

The UK Prudential Regulation Authority published an open letter to all firms subject to the Capital Requirements Regulation reminding firms of the requirement in the PRA Rulebook to have in place a policy promoting diversity...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

Quirky Question #287: “Cat’s Paw” Claims – How could an employer violate antidiscrimination laws, even though the decision-making...

Question: We just went through a five-person layoff, and one of the individuals laid off (an African American) has hired a lawyer and is threatening to sue for racial discrimination. I have enormous confidence in the fairness...more

NLRB Requires Specificity in Management-Rights Clauses

When drafting a collective bargaining agreement, employers often insist on a management-rights clause. That clause reserves to the employer the right to take unilateral action, with respect to certain terms and conditions of...more

A word of advice, on advice

Are you getting the best advice when it comes to health and safety compliance? When we deliver legal briefings, both in Australia and internationally, top-of-mind for Boards and Senior Executives is the health, safety...more

Successfully Selling Your Business: Top 6 Potential Pitfalls

Among the growing number of business owners looking to sell their business, JR and Sue Ellen Pawlenty are in the market to sell their darling Pawlenty Energy. This month, Tilting the Scales highlights a variety of issues is...more

Reserved Alternative Investment Funds A revolutionary solution for alternative investment funds in Luxembourg

The Luxembourg alternative investment fund environment has been significantly improved on the 14 of July 2016 with the adoption of the law on Reserved Alternative Investment Funds (RAIF)....more

Major reform of the Luxembourg Company Law: What’s new?

Bill 5730 amending the Luxembourg Company Law (the Bill of Law n°5730 amending the law of 10 August 1915 on commercial companies, the Civil Code and the law of 19 December 2002 on the register of commerce and companies and...more

Innovation in Compliance Week – Part V: The Innovation Process

I have been exploring innovation in the compliance function this week. For my final piece I want to consider the innovation process itself. In an article in the MIT Sloan Management Review, entitled “Finding a Lower-Risk Path...more

The King’s Guitarist and Leadership

We recently lost some legendary musicians. Last week two of the biggest from very different genres left us. They were Scotty Moore and Dr. Ralph Stanley. Today I want to pay tribute to Scotty Moore, recognized by Rolling...more

Good-Bye to Mr. Hockey and Curiosity in a CCO

Gordon ‘Gordie’ Howe died last week. To most of North America he was simply known as “Mr. Hockey”. In his first hockey career, he played in a by-gone era of what we now call the ‘Original 6’ where two Canadian teams and four...more

GHBER Tribute to Jay Martin

This Thursday 19th May, the Greater Houston Business and Ethics Roundtable (GHBER) will hold its first Ethics and Compliance Awards Dinner in honor of the 20-year anniversary of the organization’s founding. We will award the...more

Mother Maybelle and Effecting Change in an Organization

Today we celebrate great American music and honor one of its founders, Mother Maybelle Carter who was born on this day in 1909. Now known more as the mother of June Carter Cash, the wife of Johnny Cash, Mother Maybelle was a...more

Who Can Fire a CCO?

There is something a little surreal when a CCO, while negotiating to join a company, raises the issue of his or her own termination. Not to be maudlin, but it is an important issue to consider....more

Sing Your Own Song

If you’re on the lookout for an easy laugh and a good time on television these days, you can certainly do much worse than Lip Sync Battle on Spike. If you haven’t seen it yet or run across the clips on YouTube, you really...more

Dreamboat Annie and Fostering a Culture of Compliance

Today I want to celebrate one of most impressive jumps from indie band status from the 1970s as we honor the 40th anniversary of the Heart album Dreamboat Annie, which was released in February, 1976. Heart is still comprised...more

Good-Bye to Captain Hocken and Scaling Up Your Compliance Program

George Kennedy died this week. He was one of the few actors who went from playing tough guys to being a hit in comedies. According to his obituary in the New York Times (NYT), Kennedy played “vicious killers, bumbling lawmen,...more

Tribute to Sam Spence and Management?Leadership

Sam Spence died last week. His was not a name that many folks were aware of generally and even in the sports world where he made his greatest mark. Yet he was a prime mover in the explosion of growth by the National Football...more

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