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Compliance Training, Part I

In a recent Slate article, entitled “Ethics Trainings Are Even Dumber Than You Think”, author L.V. Anderson railed against what she termed box-checking training where companies put on training not to actually train employees...more

They Will Click: Cybersecurity and the Human Factor

Cybercrime cost the world economy about $445 billion in 2014 and the 2015 numbers will be even higher. The cost of data breaches will reach $2.1 trillion globally by 2019. Worldwide spending on information security is...more

The SEC, CCOs and Compliance Programs

Compliance programs, Chief Compliance Officers and liability have been the subject of a great deal of debate in recent months. Members of the Commission, for example, debated charging decisions regarding CCOs last year in...more

MTC Committee Pushes Forward with Bare-Bones Transfer Pricing Program

On May 16, 2016, the Arm’s-Length Adjustment Service Committee (“ALAS Committee”) of the Multistate Tax Commission met via teleconference to move forward with its transfer-pricing program. The ALAS Committee is targeting a...more

The Pen is Mightier than the Compliance Sword

Nicole Rose brings a breath of fresh air to compliance. 6 years ago she swapped her legal practicing certificate for her pen and has been thriving ever since. She founded Create Training almost 3 years ago, and over this...more

Employment Law This Week: Casino Trainees’ Class Action, Updated FMLA Guide & Poster, OSHA Fine, Mandatory Flu Vaccines Challenged [Video]

We invite you to view Employment Law This Week - a weekly rundown of the latest news in the field, brought to you by Epstein Becker Green. We look at the latest trends, important court decisions, and new developments that...more

Registration Now Open For Excel Training For Public and Private Sectors

Federal Agency's 19th Annual Premier Training Event to Take Place Aug. 18-21 in San Francisco, CA - WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today announced that registration is now open for...more

What Plan Sponsors Need to Know About the New Fiduciary Regulation and Related PT Exemptions

What Plan Sponsors Need to Know Now - On April 5, 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor released a new definition of what constitutes a fiduciary to a retirement plan. While the new guidance clarified that certain...more

Why Anti-Corruption Programs Fail [Video]

In this Frontline Interview, Leslie Benton, Vice President of Advocacy and Stakeholder Engagement of the Center for Responsible Enterprise And Trade (CREATE.org), addresses the recent Create.org White Paper, "Why...more

Right & Wrong Ways to Retain Key People: Top 3 Reasons Your Employees Feel They Work at Alcatraz

Employees are quitting their jobs in record numbers. In November 2015, 2.8 million quit. Executives are realizing there needs to be a more proactive approach in retaining their key employees. When employees quit, everything...more

MDE Guidance Relating to Evaluation Training Funds

Last week, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) issued guidance on how funds for research, development and training related to educator evaluations will be awarded. This guidance is found on the MDE website, the tab...more

Compliance Lessons from the Olympus Corporate Integrity Agreement – Part II

Sir George Martin died yesterday. For anyone born after the break up of the Beatles, this name is probably not too familiar. However, even more than Brian Epstein, the band’s first professional manager, Martin truly was the...more

EEOC Announces 2016 Federal Training Courses

New Courses Added on Special Emphasis Program Manager & Unlawful Harassment - WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Office of Federal Operations (OFO), today announced the issuance of the...more

Educating and Training Compliance Professionals for the Future

The compliance profession continues to grow at a fast clip. Hefty DOJ and SEC fines and criminal penalties have prodded companies to embrace the concept of compliance, and rely on compliance officers to keep their companies...more

Energy Sector Alert Series: Modern Compliance Programs in an Age of New Threats

In this eight-week alert series, we are providing a broad look at current and emerging issues facing the energy sector. Attorneys from across the firm will discuss issues ranging from environmental disclosures and risk...more

2016 Trends #7: Renewed Focus on Boosting Whistleblower Rights and Squashing Retaliation

To help prepare compliance professionals for the year ahead, we’ve talked with industry experts, our colleagues at NAVEX Global, and ethics and compliance professionals from our more than 12,500 client organizations to gather...more

Are You Training Your Teachers on Trauma-Informed Practices?

The Compton Unified School District in California is currently defending itself in a unique federal court lawsuit brought by students who allege that by failing to properly address the symptoms of complex, personal trauma...more

Groundhog Day: Don’t Get Stuck When Collecting New Data Types

February 2nd is Groundhog Day, and while we all know of the tradition of Punxsutawney Phil’s famous shadow forecasting the arrival of spring, many of us can’t help but think of the 1993 film starring Bill Murray. In it, he...more

2016 Trends #3: Board Expectations for Ethics & Compliance Oversight Get More Specific, Uniform and Comprehensive

According to the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations—and similar provisions found in other guidelines worldwide—an organization’s governing body is responsible to “exercise reasonable oversight with respect to the...more

Two Recipes for Success at Your Next Firm Retreat

As you kick off 2016, consider a few fresh training exercises for use at firm retreats or other gatherings. Experiential, active training has become a top priority for law schools and is also highly valuable in the...more

HIPAA Lessons from the Warner Chilcott Settlement

Last week, the US Attorney’s Office in Boston announced that drug company Warner Chilcott agreed to plead guilty to health care fraud and pay $125 million to resolve criminal and civil liability arising out of allegations...more

Is Your Workplace Violence Plan Ready? 5 Essential Elements of a Comprehensive Plan

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, one out of every six violent crimes occurs in the workplace. These crimes include assaults, rapes, robberies, and—on rare occasions—homicides. Employees, customers, and third-party...more

Beyond residency: How the Medicare program treats fellowship training

Teaching hospitals are often responsible for the clinical training of three different categories of trainees: - Interns, or trainees in their first year of residency training - Residents, or trainees who have...more

Common FCPA Issues

As our previous posts illustrate, violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) can carry a hefty cost. Two issues are commonly the impetus for FCPA violations and, practically speaking, pose significant FCPA...more

Data Breach Planning in 10 Easy Steps: How to Think Like A Litigator

For the first Tuesday in November, we have 10 easy steps to make sure that your data breach incident response planning is viewed from that pesky point of view of a litigator....more

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