July 26, 2017
Law Business Media, publishers of Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, In-House Ops and In-House Tech, has just released a special section on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The section features seven articles, including one that provides tips for dealing with e-discovery in cross-border investigations and others that discuss the likely impact of the Trump administration on FCPA enforcement. Also included are results from AlixPartners’ fifth annual global corruption survey, which cites some of the biggest challenges for compliance programs, as viewed by the 300 general counsel and compliance officers who responded. The survey also reports which steps to reduce corruption risk the respondents see as most successful. Additionally, the section reviews the first year of DOJ’s Pilot Program, and suggests what its extension means for U.S. companies.
About Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, an integrated digital and print media platform, is celebrating its 25th year of providing cutting-edge news and analysis to corporate law departments, executives and board members in 2018. Founded by Al Driver, former General Counsel of JC Penney, who served as editor, and Martha Driver, a former top financial executive with TIAA-CREF, who served as publisher, MCC was purchased in 2014 by Law Business Media, which is co-owned by Kristin Calve and Joe Calve, both former ALM executives. At ALM, Kristin helped develop and launch the Daily Deal and VerdictSearch, and she has held key leadership positions at other media companies, including A&E / the History Channel International. She is the founder of Topstone Angels, which focuses on funding and advising early-stage companies. At ALM Joe served as editor of the Connecticut Law Tribune, editor and publisher of…