During speeches earlier this month, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Kenneth A. Polite, Jr. announced significant changes to the way DOJ evaluates corporate compliance programs. To learn more about the specifics, please see our latest On the Subject.
In this Enforcement Outlook episode, our cross-disciplinary team of white-collar, employment, benefits and data privacy lawyers will provide in-depth guidance on DOJ’s recent announcements and their impact on your company. They will also discuss the legal and practical employment, executive compensation and privacy-related issues your legal and HR teams should consider before making any necessary changes to your compliance programs, including:
- DOJ’s increased emphasis on robust compliance programs and the voluntary self-disclosure of potential misconduct
- DOJ’s Pilot Program on compensation incentives and clawbacks
- Legal and practical considerations for implementing compliance-incentivizing compensation and bonus policies
- Effective policies for dealing with the increased use of messaging applications and personal devices for business purposes
- The privacy and cross-border transfer issues that could complicate the collection of the information that DOJ expects to be provided