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  • The FCPA Compliance Report is the longest running podcast in the in compliance and business ethics. Join its award-winning host, Tom Fox, the Voice of Compliance as he visits with top compliance practitioners, key figures from business, the government and law firms in the top podcast dedicated to all things compliance.
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Episodes
  • Oct 3 2022
    In this episode, I visit with Mike Huneke, partner at Hughes Hubbard. We look at the role of the GC in the CCO certification requirement as first announced by Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Polite and confirmed by Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco. Some of the highlights include: Key areas we discuss on this podcast are: What is the new CCO certification policy? Why did the DOJ create the policy? How has the DOJ thinking around recidivists evolved? Reasonableness is not a factual basis. Companies with full transparency are unlikely to have conflicts due to the recent changes in CCO certification. What is the role of the monitor going forward? Resources Mike Huneke on Hughes Hubbard What is the General Counsel’s role in CEO and CCO compliance certifications? On the FCPA Blog Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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    29 mins
  • Sep 30 2022
    In this special 5 part podcast series, I am deeply diving into the Monaco Memo and analyzing it from various angles. In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, we have the Award-Winning Everything Compliance quartet of Jonathan Marks, Jonathan Armstrong, Karen Woody, and Tom Fox on the Monaco Memo. 1. Tom Fox looks at the Monaco Memo through the monitorship language and answers a listener's questions about compliance programs under the Monaco Memo. 2. Karen Woody reviews the Monaco Memo, the self-disclosure angle, and investigatory considerations and ponders the role of defense counsel going forward. 3. Jonathan Marks also looks at investigatory issues under the Monaco Memo, the role of the Board of Directors, and the role of the forensic auditor under the Monaco Memo. 4. Jonathan Armstrong's self-disclosure from a UK angle joins Karen Woody in questioning how defense counsel should move forward. Resources Tom 5-Part blog post series in the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog 1.     A Jolt for Compliance 2.     Timely Self-Disclosure 3.     Corporate Compliance Programs 4.     Monitors 5.     The Heat is On Monaco Memo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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    57 mins
  • Sep 29 2022
    In this special 5 part podcast series, I am taking a deep five into the Monaco Memo and analyzing it from a variety of angles. In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Hughes Hubbard partner Laura Perkins to take a deep dive into the Monaco Memo. Some of the highlights include: 1.     Determination of Monitor Need.  2.     Roadmap to proa-active compliance.  3.     Timely self-disclosure as criteria for monitorship? 4.     Monitor selection criteria. 5.    Monitor review and oversight. Resources Laura Perkins on HughesHubbard.com Tom 5-Part blog post series in the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog 1.     A Jolt for Compliance 2.     Timely Self-Disclosure 3.     Corporate Compliance Programs 4.     Monitors 5.     Polite Speech Monaco Memo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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    22 mins

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