Compliance Spring Cleaning
I recently got married, so the early days of marriage have included combining all of our stuff, sorting through what we have double of, deciding what to keep and what to get rid of. I love this type of stuff; purging and cleaning up can be a stress reliever for me. I know, not everyone […]
The Hits Just Keep Coming!
On November 6, 2020 the Office for Civil Rights issued a press release announcing the settlement of its Tenth investigation under the Right to Access Initiative. I have written about this initiative before in this blog but in light of the fact it seems like there is a new press release on the subject every […]
Dynamic and Evolving
In June 2019, when the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice, (DOJ), updated its guidance document on how prosecutors are to evaluate an organization’s compliance program, (Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs), one theme comes through loud and clear. Compliance policies, procedures and controls should never become stale or stagnant. Rather, the DOJ takes the […]