Compliance is keeping the U.S. government busy this year; so far, 2019 has seen the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) issue four separate compliance guidance documents addressing the False Claims Act, economic sanctions, corporate criminal investigations and, most recently, antitrust.
In addition, the DOJ changed its longstanding policy regarding the credit a company can receive in an antitrust investigation for having a robust compliance program. It’s a lot to take in—as a company that does business in the U.S., how do you ensure that your compliance program measures up under the new guidance?
The below materials cover off the essentials, from demystifying the new developments and how they impact your business to providing practical tips for creating a compliance program that will protect your commercial interests.
- Webinar: Everything you need to know about the U.S. government’s recent guidance on corporate compliance programs
- DOJ updates its corporate compliance guidance, incorporating feedback from business community and increasing focus on data and continuous improvement
- Crediting Compliance: U.S. DOJ Antitrust Division Reverses Long-Standing Policies and Issues Detailed Guidance on Corporate Antitrust Compliance Programs
- DOJ Issues Guidance on Disclosure, Cooperation and Remediation in False Claims Act Matters
- OFAC Publishes Sanctions Compliance Guidance and Identifies Root Causes of Violations
- U.S. DOJ Issues New Guidance on Evaluating Corporate Compliance Programs