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How Charles Ponzi Can Inform Your Compliance Program

Yesterday, I used some of the wisdom from current CIA Director General David Petraeus to suggest how senior management might move forward with a compliance program. 869 more words


Olympus Trifecta

Richard Cassin author of the FCPA Blog, among others, consistently writes about corruption as ripping apart the fabric of many countries. This makes anti-corruption and anti-bribery legislation not only appropriate but mandatory. 1,254 more words


More on the Latest SEC Non-Scandal

Last week I wrote (GRATA’s Non-Grata News) about Senator Chuck Grassley’s (R-Iowa) inquiry into the SEC destruction of evidence.  Most journalists and bloggers have led with splashy headlines.   363 more words


Inbound Corruption and the UK Bribery Act

The UK Bribery Act, as hopefully everyone is aware by now, became effective last Friday, July 1. Most compliance practitioners are keenly aware of its application to UK based companies or subsidiaries for bribery of governmental officials and private parties. 960 more words

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The Big Picture of Fraud

This summer I am working in the area of fraud.  If all goes well, perhaps someday there will be three or four baby articles cooing to be picked up and read.   366 more words


Blogging for Lawyers: Surprise and Challenge, but Don't Provoke

A blog post about Twitter for professionals, entitled “Why I’m quitting Twitter (and you should too)” ,  is a great example of the law of unintended consequences in social media marketing. 454 more words

Legal Marketing

Jonathan Marks Tweets and Why You Should Be On Twitter

Yesterday my Fraud Examiner colleague Tracy Coenen posted a blog entitled, “Why I’m quitting Twitter (and you should too)”. My blog today will set forth the reasons why the compliance practitioner should refrain from quitting Twitter, actively participate and why the greater compliance world benefits from participation from experts like Tracy Coenen. 1,004 more words

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