3 Ways to Apply New DOJ Guidance to Antitrust Compliance


The Justice Department gave compliance officers a significant piece of guidance in June which begs the fundamental question: Is the compliance program “adequately resourced and empowered to function?” Here are three ways to use the latest guidance to test your antitrust compliance. 

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DOJ: Risk Is Not Static – So Your Compliance Program Can't Be

For the first time, Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbitt spoke publicly about the Department of Justice's thoughts and intent behind the publication of its 2020 update to the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs. Here's what he had to say.


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Coronavirus Comeback: A Framework to Manage Return-to-Work Risk

Here's a framework to address and mitigate risk during return-to-work planning, amid increased disruption from the pandemic. Most R&C professionals are concerned with risks that roll up to three main categories: managing a remote workforce, COVID-specific risks, and risk related to employee conduct.


We Need to Preserve and Protect Whistleblowing in This Time of Challenge

National Whistleblowing Day 2020 is a great time to revisit your company's process for protecting this critical role: how the data is handled, and how the whistleblower's identity is protected, by a resilient system. CCO Carrie Penman had this to say in 2019.


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Benchmark 2020: Building Leadership Support

The newly released 2020 Definitive Risk & Compliance Report reveals the state of the current compliance landscape, based on a survey of 1400+ industry professionals. One main takeaway: Leadership buy-in is key.