Daily Compliance News: August 20, 2019-the dog years edition

Thomas Fox
In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News:

• Former SEC Chair Arthur Levitt says the SEC plan to gut internal controls reporting is misplaced. (WSJ)

• The Business Roundtable redefines “the purpose of a corporation.” (NYT)

• BVI lawyer skewers ABA for opposing AML legislation. (FCPA Blog)

• When employment years count as dog years. (WSJ)


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