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Why Working in Compliance is so Meaningful to Me

I began this week talking about passion in the compliance profession and then explored why employees viewed their work as meaningful, how companies could negate those views and then what leaders could do to facilitate making...more

Why Working in Compliance is Meaningful – Part II

This week I am considering the passion compliance professionals have for our profession. On Monday I wrote about being passionate about working in the field of compliance. Yesterday, I looked at some of the research and...more

Hallmark 6-Incentives and Disciplinary Measures

The FCPA Guidance states, “In addition to evaluating the design and implementa­tion of a compliance program throughout an organization, enforcement of that program is fundamental to its effec­tiveness. A compliance program...more

Greatest Live Album of All-time and Fostering a Culture of Compliance

On the 14th February 1970 The Who recorded what I consider to be the best, or at the very least my favorite, live album of all-time. They recorded their concert at the University of Leeds and the resulting album was named The...more

Communicating Culture Outside the US – Part 2

Yesterday, I began an exploration about some of the issues around communicating corporate culture to business units located outside the US and away from the corporate office. This series is based on a recent article in the...more

Tribute to Bob Fox-The Fair Process Doctrine in Compliance

Today’s is a personal blog post. My father, Dr. Milden Jean Fox, Jr. “Bob” passed away last week. He was born in 1926 and was part of what we rightfully call the “Greatest Generation”. We call them this for a whole host of...more

Highway 61 Revisited Week – Ballad of a Thin Man: Fair Process and Setting Expectations in Your Compliance Program

The Ballad of the Thin Man revolves around one very square man who keeps blundering into situations that he does not understand. The further he gets into the song, the less he seems to understand. Rock critic Andy Gill has...more

An Event That Changed the World and Fostering Compliance Leadership – Part II

Yesterday, I used the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and its continuing legacy even up until today to introduce a two-part series about ‘Blue Ocean Leadership’. The assassination and some of its legacies were detailed in...more

Lessons On Peer Review For Calif. Hospitals And Physicians

On June 6, 2013, the California Supreme Court ruled unanimously in El-Attar v. Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center that the delegation of a peer-review matter to the hospital's governing board did not violate a physician's...more

California Supreme Court Delivers Key Peer Review Ruling

The California Supreme Court, on June 6, 2013, ruled unanimously in El-Attar v. Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, that the delegation of a peer review matter to the hospital's governing board did not violate a...more

March Madness and Discipline Under the FCPA

Tonight is the finals of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, known as March Madness. As I went to law school at the University of Michigan, I will be pulling for the Wolverines to win the big game. If you are not a...more

How Does Your Organization Treat Whistleblowers?

As almost everyone knows, Lance Armstrong spoke for the first time about his performance enhancing drug (PED) use recently on Oprah. On the first night he admitted for the first time that he used PEDs during his seven wins at...more

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