"Congratulations, You Are a C Student": Hui Chen on Understanding DOJ Guidance

"Congratulations, You Are a C Student"

If there was one thing we heard loud and clear in Hui Chen's review of the DOJ's "Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Program" guidance, it was that the Evaluation should not to be seen as a best practices document. Here's a look at more of Chen's insights on the impetus of the guidance as well as on its latest evolution.  

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