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Storming the Gatekeepers: When Compliance Officers and In-House Lawyers Are at Risk 2018
Richard J. Morvillo
Corporate & Securities
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Chapter 1. Dixie L. Johnson and Victoria Bohannan, The Responsibilities of In-House Counsel and Compliance Personnel (June 14, 2018)
Chapter 2. Gatekeeper Liability: Change in Enforcement Approach, Same Results
Chapter 3. Gregory S. Bruch, Sandra M. Hanna, Khiran Sidhu and Sitota C. Langford, Practical Guidance for Privilege and Work Product in Internal Investigations and Government Investigations
Chapter 4. Wayne M. Carlin and Carol Miller, Defending the Gatekeeper: When In-House Counsel and Compliance Professionals Are Investigated
Chapter 5. Michael D. Trager, Joshua R. Martin, and Adam J. Reinhart, Checklist for Responding to Governmental and Regulatory Investigations (June 2018)
Chapter 6. Hastings Law Journal, Vol.69:45, pg. 45–95, “The Big Chill”: Personal Liability and the Targeting of Financial Sector Compliance Officers
Chapter 7. Jonathan R. Tuttle, Ada Fernandez Johnson and Eileen Zelek, Reliance-on-Counsel Defense in the Governmental Investigation Context: Weighing the Perils and Pitfalls (June 28, 2018)
Chapter 8. The Government’s Perspective: Duties of In-House Counsel and Compliance Professionals
Chapter 9. Michael Delikat, Who Is Blowing the Whistle Now? What We Need to Know and Learn from Bio-Rad (June 26, 2018)
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