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3 Tips for an Excellent (Formal) Informal Communication Program

One of the areas many compliance teams still struggle with is getting a consistent, effective informal communication plan off the ground. Eric has a few ideas that might help focus informal communication efforts at your organization. Eric talks about being realistic regarding time and resources and thinking strategically about what might reach your audience.

New USDOJ Guidance -Conclusion

After a dozen episodes detailing the new guidance, what are some parting thoughts? Eric talks a little about the memo’s impact and potential impact as well as highlighting some of the more important concepts the Department has chosen to highlight.

New USDOJ Guidance – Part 9 – Incentives and Discipline

In Part 9 of our special series discussing the new memo from the US Department of Justice on compliance expectations, Eric finishes discussing Part II of the memo with a review of incentives and discipline expectations.

Check out the memo itself here: https://www.justice.gov/criminal-fraud/page/file/937501/download

Also, check out Eric “live” in Houston on June 20, 2019 – Hosted by the Federal Bar Association, Southern District of Texas Chapter, June 20,
“The DOJ’s New Compliance Guidance:Answering the Three Key Questions”.

AND, check out the upcoming webinar on June 19, 2019 at 3PM ET/ 2PM CT: “Creating an Effective Compliance and Ethics Program: Practical Considerations and Regulator Expectations”

Both the live event in Houston and the webinar have been approved for CLE credit and the webinar has been approved for CCEP credit.

New USDOJ Guidance – Part 8 – Resources

In Part 8 of our special series discussing the new memo from the US Department of Justice on compliance expectations, Eric discusses the second topic in Part II of the memo: Autonomy and Resources.

Check out the memo itself here: https://www.justice.gov/criminal-fraud/page/file/937501/download

Also, please take a look at Ryan McConnell’s comparison review of the new memo and the 2017 USDOJ memo here.