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Corporate Compliance and Ethics Institute 2012
Theodore L. Banks, Rebecca Walker
Corporate & Securities, Ethics/Professional Responsibility
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Designing the Holistic Compliance Program
Chapter 2. The Evolution of the Law of Corporate Compliance in the United States: A Brief Overview
Chapter 3. Keys to Successful Compliance Risk Assessments
Chapter 4. Compliance and Ethics Risk Assessments: A Holistic, Risk-Based Approach
Chapter 5. Standards and Procedures: The First Element in an Effective Compliance and Ethics Program
Chapter 6. The Key Segmentation for Understanding Unethical Behavior
Chapter 7. The How Report: Governance, Culture and Leadership as Drivers of Resiliency, Innovation & Sustainable Growth
Chapter 8. Corporate Policies
Chapter 9. What Is Effective Communication?
Chapter 10. Modeling the Message: Communicating Compliance Through Values and Culture
Chapter 11. 2012 Edelman Trust Barometer Executive Summary
Chapter 12. Revisions to the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations
Chapter 13. Compliance and Ethics Officer Positioning: A Benchmarking Survey
Chapter 14. Advising the Board of Directors Regarding Oversight of Compliance Programs: MF Global & the Pitfalls of Form Over Function 2012 Considerations
Chapter 15. Selected Articles from Corporate Compliance Insights
Chapter 16. Selected Articles from the FCPA Blog
Chapter 17. Selected Articles on Behavioral Ethics and Compliance from the Conflict of Interest Blog
Chapter 18. Monitoring for Retaliation: Essentials for Your Ethics and Compliance Program
Chapter 19. The Importance of Program Assessment: An SCCE Benchmarking Survey
Chapter 20. An Introduction to Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs
Chapter 21. Hotline Data: Effective Analysis and Benchmarking Can Maximize the Benefits
Chapter 22. How Much Guidance Does Your Organization Provide Its Compliance and Ethics Investigators? A Benchmarking Survey
Chapter 23. Investigative Interview Techniques
Chapter 24. Internal Investigations
Chapter 25. Private Eyes--They're Watching You
Chapter 26. Third-Party Codes of Conduct: A Benchmarking Survey
Chapter 27. Rushing Into Russia—Proceed with Caution
Chapter 28. Anti-Corruption Practices Survey 2011--Cloudy with a Chance of Prosecution?
Chapter 29. Building Ethics, Compliance Risks Into ERM
Chapter 30. Eight Essentials for a Global Code of Conduct
Chapter 31. A New ERA in Global Anti-Corruption: Governments Get Serious About Enforcement
Chapter 32. Building Sustainable Integrity Into Organizational Strategy and Operations
Chapter 33. Building an Enterprise Risk Management Program for a Small to Medium Size Company: Essential First Steps
Chapter 34. Social Media and the Law--False Advertising; SPAM; and Privacy and Data Security Issues
Chapter 35. California and White House Privacy Announcements Usher in New Era for Consumer Data Privacy--Mobile and Targeting Are Reform Priorities
Chapter 36. Oft-Ignored California Law Spawns New Batch of Class Actions--Companies Dealing with California Consumer Data Need to Audit Practices and Policies
Chapter 37. Class Action Lawyers "Like" Facebook Decision, Which Impacts Social Media Advertising
Chapter 38. Take Heed: Facebook and Google Buzz's Privacy Settlements with FTC Reinforce Need to Audit Privacy Practices and Revisit Statements and Policies
Chapter 39. Social Media: Is It All Just Talk?
Chapter 40. Corporate Policies
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