Through speeches earlier this month, Deputy Lawyer General Lisa Monaco and Assistant Lawyer Common for the Criminal Division Kenneth A. Polite, Jr. announced substantial alterations to the way DOJ evaluates corporate compliance applications. To find out far more about the specifics, please see our most current On the Topic.

In this Enforcement Outlook episode, our cross-disciplinary group of white-collar, employment, positive aspects and information privacy lawyers will supply in-depth guidance on DOJ’s current announcements and their effect on your firm. They will also talk about the legal and sensible employment, executive compensation and privacy-connected problems your legal and HR teams must take into account just before producing any vital alterations to your compliance applications, like:

  • DOJ’s enhanced emphasis on robust compliance applications and the voluntary self-disclosure of prospective misconduct
  • DOJ’s Pilot Plan on compensation incentives and clawbacks
  • Legal and sensible considerations for implementing compliance-incentivizing compensation and bonus policies
  • Efficient policies for dealing with the enhanced use of messaging applications and individual devices for business enterprise purposes
  • The privacy and cross-border transfer problems that could complicate the collection of the information and facts that DOJ expects to be offered

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