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The FCPA Compliance Report is the longest running podcast in the in compliance and business ethics. Join its award-winning host, Tom Fox, the Voice of Compliance as he visits with top compliance practitioners, key figures from business, the government and law firms in the top podcast dedicated to all things compliance.
 
Want to catch up the week’s top compliance and ethics stories in one podcast? This Week in FCPA is the podcast for you. Tom Fox, the Compliance Evangelist and Voice of Compliance and Jay Rosen, Mr. Monitor wrap up the week’s top compliance and ethics stories and commentaries. Throw in sports, movies the ongoing adventures of Mrs. Monitor and the twins and this podcast will be one of the most enjoyable 30 minutes you spend listening to each week.
 
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Welcome listeners to a small, blue planet in the middle of an endless black sea of nothing - It's a pretty strange place full of turmoil and terror, but also mystifying, magical and miraculous moments . On this podcast I (Gage Seber) sit down with just one of us Earthlings to tell you a tale of one night here on the mother we call home. So to any and all who might be tuning into our frequency - Let's begin! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...
 
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In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Gordon Firemark, from the Firemark Law Firm. Gordon was one of the first lawyers working on the legal side of podcasting. He returns to update us about legal developments in the world of podcasting, how the podcast market has developed and what is new at Firemark Law. Highlights of this …
 
The college football season has ended with UGA finally defeating UA. Tom and Jay turn their full attention to the NFL playoffs now and also look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories this week in the Georgia Finally Beats Alabama edition. Stories 1. Carnival and Princess Cruise Lines violated DPA yet again. Matt Kelly in Radical C…
 
In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Mike Volkov to take a look back at FCPA enforcement and compliance from 2021 and prognosticate to where it may be going in 2022. Highlights of this podcast include: Three FCPA enforcement actions. DAG Lisa Monaco’s October Speech to the ABA White Collar Defense Conference. The Biden Admi…
 
Jay returns from a lengthy holiday assignment to join Tom to look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories this week in the Holmes Found Guilty edition. Stories Elizabeth Holmes was found guilty. The Verdict (WSJ), What does it mean for Silicon Valley? (NYT), What about the victims? (Bloomberg), Will Holmes serve any time? (Fortune) …
 
In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I am joined by Professor Karen Woody. We discuss the recent SEC enforcement actions involving JPMorgan and Nikola which were announced in December 2021. Highlights of this podcast include: Background on both cases. Why was the SEC so excised with JPMorgan? What are the broader lessons for the Complianc…
 
With Jay on a holiday assignment, Tom is joined by Mike Volkov to look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories this week in the Tribute to Madden and Harry edition. Stories 1. We lost two greats this week, one in sports and gaming and one from politics. John Madden and Harry Reid. Tom and Mike reflect. 2. No poaching in the Defense …
 
In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit with John Katsos, Assistant Professor and Scholar at American University of Sharjah. John has researched and performed due diligence in conflict zones in the Middle East and Africa. He was part of a research team that published a series in the Big Idea section of the Harvard Business Review ent…
 
With Jay on a holiday assignment, Tom is joined by Professor Karen Woody to look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories this week in the Naughty List edition. Stories 1. JPMorgan tagged for $200MM for failures in electronic record keeping. Tom in the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog. Matt Kelly in Radical Compliance. Tom and Matt in…
 
In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit with Brandon Daniels, President of Exiger. Brandon is a long-time favorite on the FCPA Compliance Report and he always brings a unique perspective to a variety of compliance topics. In this episode, we look at the Theranos case from a very different angle than the criminal fraud trial of Elizab…
 
Tom takes a solo turn to look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories this week in the Bags of Cash edition. Stories 1. Why subcontractors continue to cause FCPA grief. Dick Cassin the FCPA Blog. 2. More on the Strategy on Countering Corruption. Tom takes a deep dive in a 5-part blog post series in the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blo…
 
In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit with Kyle Brasseur, new appointed Editor in Chief at Compliance Week. We talk about Kyle’s professional career at ESPN, his move to Compliance Week, highlights of his work at CW and CW down the road. Highlights of this podcast include: 1. Early professional career and roles at ESPN? 2. What bro…
 
Hannukah came early this year and we are now in the full holiday swing of things. Tom and Jay are back to look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories this week in the Happy Holidays edition. Stories 1. New Biden Administration anti-corruption strategy revealed. Matt Kelly in Radical Compliance. 2. Mike Volkov asks where are the FCP…
 
In this episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit with Kevin O’Brien, partner at Ford O’Brien in NYC. Kevin is a long-time white-collar defense lawyer and former AUSA in the Eastern District of New York. We take a deep dive into the Elizabeth Holmes trial, critiquing both the prosecution and defense. Highlights of this podcast include: Profess…
 
Hanukkah comes early this year. As the Rosen household begins its annual celebration, Tom and Jay are back to look at some of the week’s top compliance and ethics stories this week in the Happy Hanukkah edition. Stories 1. Preparing for dawn raid in the era of hybrid work? Andrew Reeves and Annie Birch in FCPA Blog. 2. When you fight corruption, it…
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit with Irene Kaushansky, Associate Director of Compliance and Operational Integrity at Global Fund to End Modern Slavery. Irene is passionate about the fight against Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking. She talks about the Fund and its mission in this podcast. Highlights of this podcast include:…
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit with Miller & Chevalier members John Davis and James Tillen. We take a deep dive into the WPP Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement action. Highlights of this podcast include: What the basic facts? What were the missed red flags and M&A failures? When do compliance incentives become pervers…
 
Is compliance the happiest profession? Are you passionate about compliance? If you are either or both, you are not alone. Guest Host Karen Woody and Tom Fox look at these and other stories this week in the Happiest Profession edition. Stories Is Compliance the happiest profession? Amii Bernard-Bahn explores in Compliance Week (Sub Req’d) Report on …
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I visit with Mary Inman, partner at Constantine Cannon. She runs the firms International Whistleblower practice from London. Highlights of this podcast include: The power of internal whistleblowing. EU whistleblower Directive. FCA whistleblowers. SEC bounty program as a model for other federal agencies…
 
As Aaron Rogers is fined less than a player who had his shirttail untucked, he and Jay are back to reflect on some of the top compliance and ethics stories in the Immunized Not Vaccinated edition. Stories 1. Will corruption forestall climate change? Monica Guy in the FCPA Blog. 2. Driving culture through sustainability. Linda Luty in Risk and Compl…
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I have thrilled to have back fan favorite Mike DeBernardis, partner at Hughes Hubbard. Mike is back for our quarterly FCPA and compliance review and in this episode, we look at highlights from Q3 2021. Highlights of this podcast include: FCPA Enforcement Actions-WPP and Credit Suisse. What are the key …
 
As Tom mourns the Astros loss, he tips his cap to the WS Champs Atlanta Braves. He and Jay reflect on some of the top compliance and ethics stories in the World Series Champs edition. Stories 1. DAG Lisa Monaco announces changes to white collar enforcement. Matt Kelly in Radical Compliance. Tom in the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog. Tom and Matt K…
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I conclude a special two-part series with Matt Silverman on trade compliance. Matt leads the VIAVI Global Trade team and provides strategic guidance to management on international regulatory requirements - including customs, export controls, embargoes, sanctions and antiboycott laws - enabling complian…
 
As we head to Halloween, Tom and Jay reflect on some of the top compliance and ethics stories on the Happy Halloween edition. Stories 1. More on Credit Suisse and Tuna bonds. Mike Volkov in Corruption Crime and Compliance. Tom in the FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog. Tom and Matt Kelly in Compliance into the Weeds. 2. What is FARA. Jamie Rosenberg s…
 
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, I begin a special two-part series with Matt Silverman on trade compliance. Matt leads the VIAVI Global Trade team and provides strategic guidance to management on international regulatory requirements - including customs, export controls, embargoes, sanctions and antiboycott laws - enabling compliant m…
 
Either the Astros or Red Sox are headed to the World Series. Flashing lights in Fenway? What will the baseball gods decree? Tom and Jay reflect as they are back to review some of the top compliance and ethics stories on the Headed to the WS edition. Stories 1. Credit Suisse and Tuna boats equals nearly $500 MM in fines. Harry Cassin in the FCPA Blo…
 
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