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Compliance & Ethics Essentials 2020


Speaker(s): Alan L. Friel, Diana Lutz, Eric F. Hinton, Gene Stavrou, Gretchen A. Winter, Ira H. Raphaelson, Jason L. Lunday, John J. Sardar, Joseph E. Murphy, Kimberly W. White, Peggy Daley, Robert Z. Slaughter, Sarah M. DiLorenzo, Sarah R. Marmor, Scott Killingsworth, Scott R. Lassar, Stacey Bolton, Suzanne L. Montgomery, Theodore L. Banks
Recorded on: Sep. 22, 2020
PLI Program #: 301929

Alan Friel is a partner in BakerHostetler’s Los Angeles office where he coordinates the firm's Retailing and e-Commerce industry initiative and is a member of its Advertising, Marketing and Digital Media; Privacy and Data Security; Content & Platforms; and Software teams.

Alan is an adjunct professor at UCLA and Loyola Marymount Law Schools and was named one of the most influential lawyers in Digital Media and eCommerce Law by the Los Angeles Business Journal, ranked among the top rated lawyers in Technology by American Lawyer Media and recognized by Law 500 in its Technology Media and Telecom (Data Protection and Privacy) ranking.


Bob Slaughter is a Principal and the Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary of Avison Young (Canada) Inc., a privately-held, principal-led commercial real estate services firm with offices in the United States, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Poland and the United Kingdom.  Mr. Slaughter also serves as a member of Avison Young’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee. 

Mr. Slaughter has broad experience in both executive in-house corporate legal positions and as a partner in leading law firms where he advised clients with respect to complex corporate and commercial transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, strategic alliances and financings) and corporate governance matters.

Mr. Slaughter is also a Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at Loyola University Chicago School of Law where he has taught courses entitled “The Art of In-House Legal Counselling,” “Negotiation and Documentation of Merger & Acquisition Transactions,” “Corporate Governance Law and Practice” and “Business Organizations.”

In addition, Mr. Slaughter is a former Chair of the Board of Directors of The Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, a not-for-profit provider of education programs, publications and practice guidance for lawyers. 

Mr. Slaughter received his law degree from The University of Chicago Law School in 1982 and graduated from Princeton University in 1978 with a degree in politics.


Diana Lutz has diverse and significant legal expertise, including experience in government, corporate and consulting positions. Diana is a former Colorado Assistant Attorney General, a CO, MA, FL Bar Member and holds TN MJP admission.

At FedEx, Diana works within Corporate Headquarters as part of the FedEx Corporate Integrity and Compliance team where she has global responsibility for training, policies and the Code of Conduct. Diana also serves as subject matter expert for gifts, travel, entertainment and conflicts of interest. Prior to joining FedEx, Diana led the Ethics and Compliance function for Toshiba International. At Toshiba, Diana was responsible for strategy, legal advice and operations of the Ethics and Compliance program and team.

Ms. Lutz has also led the corporate legal, ethics and compliance function during times of crisis as she joined both Vetco International and Qwest while each was under investigation by the US Department of Justice. At Vetco, Diana was Vice President of Ethics and Compliance and at Qwest, Director of Corporate Ethics and Compliance and Records, where she led a team of attorneys, analysts and records staff in the implementation of the ethics and compliance program in a complex and highly regulated environment.

Diana has significant experience working as a compliance industry consultant. Diana was Managing Director and Chief Compliance Officer of Steele International (including its subsidiary, Securimate). At Steele, Diana reported to the President and CEO and was responsible for enhancing Steele’s integrated global governance, risk and compliance framework with management oversight for the company’s ethics and business conduct program, related internal investigations, internal audit, and regulatory compliance matters. At Steele, Diana also worked directly with Steele clients to address third party risk and draft and implement procedures for Anti-Corruption compliance programs, including due diligence. Diana also provided professional services while working in house with LRN, a top provider of compliance e-learning courses and related software and solutions. Diana started her legal career with the FL Department of Insurance, Treasurer and Fire Marshal, working for Bill Nelson. Diana later joined the Colorado Attorney General’s Office representing the CO Department of Insurance with a specialization in market conduct regulation, compliance, enforcement and litigation. 


Eric F. Hinton is the inaugural Director of the Robert B. Rowling Center for Business Law & Leadership and an adjunct professor of law at SMU Dedman School of Law. He has over 10 years of experience teaching international business law, European Union law, and ethics and compliance at SMU Dedman School of Law, Loyola Chicago University School of Law, and the John Marshall Law School. Eric also lectures regularly in the MBA programs at the University of Texas at Dallas, Jindal School of Management.

With over 20 years of experience in international business law matters, he has worked for two public Fortune 500 companies and two privately owned companies in Illinois, Texas, and Brussels, Belgium. Eric began his career practicing international trade law in Washington, DC, with the law firm Gibson Dunn. He is the founder and past chair of the North Texas Ethics & Compliance Council and past chair of the ABA Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Committee.

Eric holds an LL M from the University of Leiden Law School (The Netherlands), a JD from BYU Law School, an MA from the University of Limerick (Ireland), and a BA from Utah State University. He studied international business law at the Sorbonne in Paris, France. Eric has published a number of scholarly articles on international law and compliance topics, including at Columbia University, NYU, SMU, and the University of Texas at Austin.

 


Gene Stavrou is Compliance Director for Ingredion Incorporated, a leading global food ingredients manufacturer, headquartered in Westchester, Illinois. Gene has developed award winning compliance software and is a respected speaker known for his ability to distill complex legal technology and compliance concepts. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from the City University of New York and a Master of Science in Information Systems from the Stevens Institute of Technology. Gene is co-author of “The Executive’s Guide to Navigating the Information Universe,” published by the American Bar Association Business Law Section.


Gretchen A. Winter, J.D.  is Executive Director of the Center for Professional Responsibility in Business and Society (the "Center") and Clinical Assistant Professor of Business Administration in the Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She received a 2018 Dean’s Impact Award for outstanding contributions to Gies College of Business.

Ms. Winter also serves as an Adjunct Professor in the University of Illinois College of Law and in the College of Engineering City Scholars Program.  She is a Visiting Professor at the Universite de Cergy-Pontoise School of Law, and serves as faculty for Practising Law Institute, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, and Ethics and Compliance Initiative educational programs.

Ms. Winter chairs the board of the Leadership Fellows Association for Leadership Greater Chicago; she also is Immediate Past Chair of the Executive Board of the Association of Practical and Professional Ethics. She previously chaired the Ethics and Compliance Officer Association Board of Directors. She also has been Program Director for The Conference Board’s Global Business Conduct Council.

Prior to joining the Center, she worked for more than a decade at Baxter International Inc. as Vice President and Counsel, Business Practices, and developed and implemented the company's global ethics program.  Ms. Winter also practiced law with the firm of Seyfarth, Shaw and worked as staff for the State of Illinois General Assembly. 

Ms. Winter received her J.D. from the University of Chicago and her bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago. 


Ira is one of a handful of lawyers to have served as a general counsel and senior executive in public companies, law firm partner, Presidential appointee, and prosecutor.  As a senior counsel at a global law firm, Ira advises companies, their management, and boards of directors around the world on governance, compliance, crisis management, and crisis avoidance.  He also serves as lead independent director of a public company and is an adjunct professor of law at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, where he teaches a course he designed in entering foreign markets. 


Jason Lunday is vice president of Product Development and Advisory Services at Syntrio, Inc.

Jason has worked for over 30 years in risk management, compliance and ethics, both as a corporate professional and consultant.  His work has involved supporting corporate values initiatives, developing and revising codes of conduct and related policies, conducting organizational risk, culture and program assessments, developing and delivering training, building monitoring systems and auditing compliance systems and activities.

Jason has consulted with Fortune 500 companies in industries such as financial services, communications, technology, defense, retail, industrial, healthcare and oil & gas. Jason has previously worked in ethics and compliance positions at Goldman, Sachs & Co., Arthur Andersen LLP, Premier, Inc., VeriSign, Inc., the Ethics Resource Center and as an independent consultant.

Based on his research into adult learning and experiential learning theory and application, Jason has developed and delivered education and training to employers and clients involving numerous approaches, including Socratic scenario discussions (using various media), case study challenges, role plays, games, brainstorming exercises and learning simulations, including learning workshops by teleconference. He also has designed numerous interactive elearning programs.

Jason also has researched and written extensively on corporate codes of conduct and worked with dozens of companies to develop or revise their codes to better establish, articulate and communicate their expectations regarding business responsibility.

He has authored or co-authored over thirty articles and that have been published in Compliance & Ethics ProfessionalCorporate Compliance Insightsethikos: A Journal of Practical Business EthicsIvey Business Journal, the Federal Ethics Report and EPAC (Ethics Practitioners’ Association of Canada) Magazine. He also has co-authored business case studies focused on ethics issues and has presented at professional conferences.

Jason received his MBA from the Darden Graduate Business School at the University of Virginia, with a focus in business ethics and organizational behavior, and a BA also from the University of Virginia.


John is the Chief Compliance Officer for Noble Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ:NBL). Noble Energy is a publicly-traded, leading independent energy company engaged in worldwide oil and gas exploration and production. In his role, he oversees all aspects of Noble Energy's ethics and compliance program globally.

John has legal experience in both private and in-house practice and working for the U.S. government. Before joining Noble Energy, he was Director, Ethics & Legal Compliance with Baker Hughes Inc., a Fortune 500 provider of oil field products and services to the worldwide oil and gas industry. He previously also worked as Deputy Compliance Officer & Counsel–Litigation with St. Louis-based Charter Communications, Inc. Before that in private practice, he worked with Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, an international law firm headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, with over 1,100 lawyers worldwide. John's governmental experience includes serving as a Special Assistant United States Attorney during 1999-2000 with the office of the Special Counsel John C. Danforth to investigate the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) role in the 1993 siege and subsequent raid on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas.

From May 2013 to April 2015, he served as an alternate member of the U.S. Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (USEITI) Advisory Committee. The USEITI, a U.S. Federal Advisory Committee, was tasked with guiding and overseeing the U.S. government's implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).

John earned a bachelor's degree in Economics from California State University at Long Beach and a law degree from St. Louis University and is a member of the Missouri Bar. He is a frequent speaker at domestic and international conferences addressing legal and regulatory compliance and other global trade law issues. In 2016, he was named to Ethisphere Institute's list of "Attorneys Who Matter" in ethics and compliance. 


Sarah is responsible for global compliance and ethics operations at Booking Holdings, the world’s leading provider of online travel and related services in 220+ countries and territories through six primary brands: Booking.com, KAYAK, Priceline, Agoda, Rentalcars.com and OpenTable.  Sarah’s areas of focus include overseeing the Global Compliance Standards and KPIs, running the legal and compliance risk assessment process, and managing the accountability framework at each of the Booking Holdings brands.

Prior to joining Booking Holdings, Sarah held senior level positions for several Fortune 500 companies, including serving as the first-ever Chief Compliance Officer for Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., as Senior Counsel for McDonald’s Corporation, and as Assistant General Counsel for Sears Holdings.  In her 20+ years as legal and compliance counsel, Sarah has developed and managed compliance and ethics programs designed to address global compliance risks with special focus on high risk markets.  Her areas of expertise include the following: anti-corruption/FCPA and UK Bribery Act; third party due diligence program creation and oversight; global sanctions/OFAC; self-disclosures to regulators and response to regulatory inquiries; data protection and privacy programs; enterprise-wide risk assessment and mitigation; global internal investigations; compliance hotline oversight, and global conflict of interest management programs. 

Sarah is a regular speaker on issues of international compliance and regulatory matters including anti-corruption and global sanctions, and acts as a university guest lecturer in programs at the undergraduate and graduate level.  Sarah received her J.D. from Indiana University School of Law and her bachelor’s degree from St. Louis University.


Scott Killingsworth’s practice focuses on organizational compliance and ethics, corporate law and transactions. He helps boards and senior executives with corporate compliance program design, implementation and evaluation, corporate governance and strategy formulation, and negotiated transactions. He brings to his compliance practice three decades of practical experience as outside general counsel to companies in fields as diverse as medical devices, manufacturing, technology and e-commerce, logistics and health care. In that capacity he helped manage compliance risk in such areas as privacy, intellectual property, government and commercial contracting and healthcare regulation, well before compliance was recognized as a distinct practice area.

Widely recognized for thought leadership in ethics and compliance, Mr. Killingsworth is one of only 7 private practitioners included in Ethisphere’s list of “Attorneys Who Matter” in compliance for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. In 2018 and 2019, Trust! Magazine named him one of its Top Thought Leaders in Trust based on his work on compliance in the C-Suite. He received a 2013 Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing for his “Modeling the Message” article on ethical leadership, culture and compliance. “Modeling the Message” is among the top ? of 1% most requested titles from the Social Science Research Network scholarship archive and was honored on the “Recommended Reading” list in the Green Bag Reader of Exemplary Legal Writing.

Mr. Killingsworth has served on the Board of Governors of the Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility at Georgia State University and on the Executive Committee of the Georgetown Corporate Counsel Institute Board. His recent publications include articles in two RAND books, the Journal of Business Compliance, Compliance & Ethics Professional, Compliance Today, Ethikos, Ethisphere, and The FCPA Blog. Mr. Killingsworth has also been profiled or quoted in the Wall Street Journal, American Bar Association Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, Huffington Post, Compliance Today, Compliance & Ethics Professional, Corporate Counsel, Corporate Secretary, Corporate Crime Reporter, Journal of Business Compliance, Financial Times Agenda and Ethisphere, and in leading compliance blogs such as the Business Law Profs Blog, Ethical Systems, Compliance Strategists, Behavioral Legal Ethics Blog, the FCPA Blog, the FCPA Compliance & Ethics Blog, Internal Investigations Blog, Conflict of Interest Blog, and Corruption, Crime & Compliance.

He received his bachelor’s degree in Culture and Behavior at Yale University, where he was a Yale National Scholar and National Merit Scholar, graduated Phi Beta Kappa and with Honors with Exceptional Distinction, and later served on the alumni Board of Governors. He also earned his J.D. from Yale and served as Vice President and a member of the Executive Committee of the Yale Law School Association.


Scott Lassar is senior counsel in the Chicago office and a co-leader of the Chicago White Collar practice group. Prior to joining the firm, Scott was the United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois in Chicago.

Scott’s practice involves all aspects of white collar criminal defense, including price fixing, anti-bribery, securities fraud, insider trading, environmental crimes, tax fraud, and healthcare fraud. Scott also has conducted over 40 investigations for public and private companies.

Scott has tried over 45 cases in federal court as a prosecutor and in private practice, including trials involving price fixing, healthcare fraud, securities fraud, securities and commodity trading, accountant’s liability, trade secrets, and federal criminal violations.

Scott also represents parties in intellectual property litigation.

Scott serves on the American Bar Association/Department of Justice Dialogue Group, which meets regularly with the Attorney General on white collar crime issues.

Scott also serves as an arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association.

Scott is recognized in the 2016 edition of Who’s Who Legal: Business Crime Defence. Scott is also named as a leading lawyer in Chicago for litigation in white-collar & government investigations by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (2012–2017). Additionally, Scott is recognized in The Best Lawyers in America 2013–2016 in Bet the Company Litigation, Commercial Litigation, White Collar Criminal Defense and Securities Litigation. Scott is also recognized as a Litigation Star in the United States in the 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 editions of Benchmark Litigation.

Scott is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.


Stacey is Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer of Corporate and Institutional Services (C&IS) and Global Services businesses at The Northern Trust Company, in Chicago, IL. His responsibilities include assisting in the management and executive reporting of key business risks, including operational, market, credit, compliance, legal and reputational risks.

Stacey Bolton is a Risk, Compliance and Ethics Professional with over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, specializing in banking, brokerage, asset management/servicing, and capital markets risk and regulatory compliance, in a multi-national environment.

Prior to joining The Northern Trust Company, Stacey spent 15 years with ABN AMRO Bank N.V. and its domestic subsidiary LaSalle Bank Corporation, in Chicago, IL, where he became Senior Vice President and North American Head of the Compliance Policy Center. He was charged with the creation, maintenance and update of compliance related policy and procedures. Stacey began his career at investment management firm, Kemper Financial Services, Inc., in Chicago, IL where he served as Compliance Coordinator.

Stacey received a Bachelor of Science from Northern Illinois University, a Master of Arts in Theology from Moody Theological Seminary and Graduate School, and a Master of Business Administration from Purdue University.

He holds the following designations and licenses: Certified Information Privacy Professional (Association for Information Privacy Professionals) Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists) Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics) *Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Series 7, 24, 63, and 66 (*expired)

Stacey serves as a board member and chairs the Governance Committee for The Golden Apple Foundation, a teacher preparation and recognition nonprofit that specializes in the recruitment and advanced training of future teachers, committed to serve in schools of need. He also serves as Board President of Free Spirit Media, a nonprofit that serves disadvantaged youth, by introducing them to all forms of media, including television, film and print journalism, that allows them to create and curate original content, as well as providing pathways to industry employment.


Theodore L. Banks (Ted) is a partner in the firm of Scharf Banks Marmor LLC in Chicago, where his practice concentrates on compliance, general corporate, and antitrust matters.  He is also President of Compliance & Competition Consultants, LLC, a firm devoted to assisting corporations in development of effective and efficient programs in the areas of corporate compliance, internal investigations, and records management. 

He currently serves as a compliance monitor on behalf of the Federal Trade Commission and the Competition Bureau of Canada, monitoring the compliance programs of United Airlines, Air Canada, McKesson Corp., and Staples, Inc.   He is also an Associate Adjunct Professor of Law at Loyola University (Chicago) School of Law, where he teaches corporate compliance in the J.D., M.J., and L.L.M. programs.

Before entering private practice, he served as Chief Counsel & Senior Director, Global Compliance Policy, at Kraft Foods in Northfield, Illinois.  During his career at Kraft, his responsibilities also included supervision of complex litigation, negotiation of major corporate transactions, global records management, antitrust, and supervision of computer applications used in the Corporate and Legal Affairs Department.   He was responsible for automating the activities of the Law Department, and, among other accomplishments, created one of the first client-facing intranets in the country.  He directed many substantial corporate transactions, including the $19 billion acquisition of Nabisco by Kraft.  He successfully managed several antitrust cases as a plaintiff, where the company was able to recover substantial sums outside of the class action context.

Ted is a graduate of Beloit College (B.A. Government) and the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy.

Ted has written numerous articles on antitrust, compliance, and legal automation topics. He co-edited the Corporate Legal Compliance Handbook, published by Aspen/Wolters-Kluwer, and his multi-volume treatise, Distribution Law: Antitrust Principles and Practice, also published by Aspen/Wolters-Kluwer, is now in its second edition.  He is also the author of the chapter on antitrust compliance in the Antitrust Adviser, published by Thomson Reuters.  He was a chapter author and one of the editors of the Antitrust Compliance Handbook, published by the ABA Section of Antitrust Law. In the ABA Cybersecurity Handbook, he wrote the chapter on cybersecurity for small businesses (and small law firms). He has been recognized as a “Super Lawyer,” as one of the “Attorneys Who Matter,” and one of 50 “Governance, Risk & Compliance Trailblazers and Pioneers. He is a frequent speaker at professional education programs, where he strives not to bore the attendees too much.


For over 40 years, Joe Murphy, CCEP, has been a tireless champion of compliance and ethics in organizations and has done compliance work on six continents. Joe has published over 100 articles and given over 200 presentations in 17 countries.  Joe is author of 501 Ideas for Your Compliance & Ethics Program and A Compliance & Ethics Program on a Dollar a Day. He is a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional and Editor of the SCCE publication, Compliance & Ethics Professional. Joe was named one of The National Law Journal’s 50 Governance, Risk and Compliance Trailblazers and Pioneers 2014 and was a winner of SCCE’s Compliance & Ethics Award . He is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bars.


Suzanne Montgomery is currently the Vice President, Compliance & Chief Accessibility Officer at AT&T. In this role, she leads a team responsible for developing AT&T’s strategy for compliance, performing compliance oversight of mergers & acquisitions and minority interests, and preparing compliance-related reports to the Board of Directors. She is also responsible for interfacing with external and internal stakeholders to champion accessibility solutions in product and service design for customers and employees.  Ms. Montgomery holds a BA from Drew University and a JD from Washington University in St. Louis.


Kimberly White is the Global Compliance Officer for Ingredion Incorporated, a leading global food ingredients manufacturer, headquartered in Westchester, Illinois.  In her current role, Ms. White is responsible for strategic implementation and management of the Company’s Ethics and Compliance Program.  Her responsibilities include investigations, training, hotline and case management, compliance policies and policy management, and third party risk management, and supporting continuous improvement activities. 

Prior to joining Ingredion, Ms. White was the U.S.-Canada Regional Compliance Counsel for Johnson Controls, Inc., in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is a past chair of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Compliance and Ethics Committee.  Ms. White received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication Studies from Northwestern University and her J.D. from the University of Notre Dame School of Law.  She is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) awarded by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) Compliance Certification Board, and became a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) in June 2019. Ms. White also holds a Certification in Spanish as a Second Language (Level C1) awarded by the Cervantes Institute in 2017.


Sarah R. Marmor concentrates her practice on employment law, complex business litigation, and product liability. Ms. Marmor has tried complex cases throughout the United States, in state courts in Illinois, Colorado, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Texas and in federal courts in Illinois, Michigan, California and New York.

Ms. Marmor's employment law practice comprises counseling and litigation in all aspects of this discipline, including discrimination claims, wage and hour issues, employment contracts, non-compete matters and pay equity. Ms. Marmor defends clients in state and federal claims, and has tried employment contract, discrimination, and ERISA suits to successful verdicts in both state and federal courts. She also frequently conducts confidential internal investigations for employers. In recent years, she has developed significant expertise in social media law as it applies to employment, and she frequently lectures on this subject.

Ms. Marmor has represented clients in a variety of complex commercial disputes, including breach of contract claims, insurance coverage for corporate policyholders, bond litigation, veil piercing and alter ego claims, theft of confidential and intellectual property allegations and non-compete suits. She also has significant experience in consumer fraud litigation, with cases in Madison County, Illinois; Chicago, Illinois; and San Diego, California.

Ms. Marmor has defended clients in product liability claims involving breast implant, tobacco, asbestos, household products and appliances. She also has represented clients in toxic tort claims involving chemicals and "toxic" mold. Through this sophisticated products liability practice, Ms. Marmor has gained significant experience in developing scientific defenses to personal injury and property damage claims - particularly in the disciplines of toxicology and epidemiology.

Ms. Marmor received a B.A. in comparative literature, magna cum laude, from Princeton University in 1987. She graduated, magna cum laude, in 1993 from Northwestern University School of Law, where she served as a Comment Editor of the Journal of International Law and Business and received the Order of the Coif.


Ms. Daley specializes in conducting complex investigations on behalf of boards directors, senior management, outside counsel and regulators. Ms. Daley’s work includes high profile investigations and compliance initiatives on behalf of higher education institutions, financial institutions and healthcare providers and manufacturers. Ms. Daley has testified at regulatory and sanctions hearings and also serves as an expert witness in matters relating to fraud, data privacy, data analytics, compliance and data security. 

Ms. Daley’s investigative team has been named “Best of Chicago for Global Risk & Investigations” by the National Law Journal. Who’s Who legal has named her as one of limited group of Forensic Investigations Experts from 2014 -2019 and noted that she is “one of the most highly respected nominees in our research overall.” 

Ms. Daley’s compliance work includes designing and implementing employment outcome reporting protocols for all U.S. law schools on behalf of their accreditor, the American Bar Association. Ms. Daley has also investigated whistleblower claims on behalf of large public universities relating to misreporting data to accreditors and unethical behavior of university leadership. She has conducted sexual harassment and discrimination investigations on behalf of employers and designed compliance program and training initiatives relating to employment discrimination. 

Ms. Daley is very experienced in matters relating to government ethics. She currently serves as the Chairman of the Cook County Board of Ethics, which oversees the governance of the Cook County Ethics ordinance over the 22,000 Cook county employees and officeholders. She also serves on the state board overseeing the licensing of private detectives and security professionals. She is Life Trustee of the Better Government Association, where she previously served as the Chair of the Board of Directors. 

Ms. Daley received her J.D. cum laude from Boston University School of Law and her B.A. from the University of Michigan. She is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).