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September 26, 2022 | Media Mentions | Reuters

U.S. Justice Department encourages corporate self-disclosure on misconduct; raises heat on recidivist firms

Eric T. Young weighs in on the U.S. Department of Justice prosecution approach to corporate recidivism. He says the DOJ “has the discretion to assess whether the corporate culture and propensity of recidivism has diminished or not. If not, cooperation credit will be minimal while the penalty will be severe.”… Read More

October 11, 2022 | Events

New Jersey ACC Virtual Panel

The New Jersey Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel will feature a virtual session on the complex legal, economic, and risk-management issues that can arise when a high-level executive separates from employment, either voluntarily or otherwise.  Julie Myers Wood will join the panel, “Greener Pastures:  Handling the Separation and Onboarding of Highly-Compensated Executives,” and provide her perspective as it relates to information technology and corporate security matters.… Read More

September 13, 2022 | Podcasts | IIB Bank Talk

IIB Bank Talk: Alixandra Smith and Eric Young Discussing Governance, Risk, and Compliance Affecting FBOs

Alixandra Smith, Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, and Eric Young, Senior Managing Director of Guidepost Solutions and former multi-decade Chief Compliance Officer, discuss all things governance, risk, and compliance as they relate to foreign banking organizations, specifically with regard to recidivist behavior, monitorships, individual accountability, C suite certifications, and more.

 

You can also listen on Spotify.… Read More

September 13, 2022 | Podcasts

Guidepost in Motion: State of Compliance with Alixandra Smith Part 2

Eric T. Young and Alixandra Smith, deputy chief of the Criminal Division at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, continue their discussion about the Department of Justice’s expectations of corporate compliance today, including the requirement for chief executive officers and chief compliance officers to certify that their compliance programs are effective. They also talk about sanctions as a matter of national security.

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