CW Editor Bill Coffin is an award-winning, nationally recognized business writer and editor who has been covering the fields of insurance, risk management, and corporate compliance since 1993. His work has appeared in National Underwriter, Claims, Risk Management, Best’s Review, Captive Review, and New European Economy, as well as The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Forbes, and Fortune. Since December 2015, he has been the Editor in Chief of Compliance Week, the world's leading B2B media brand dedicated to covering corporate compliance trends, techniques, and news. Bill can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the final days of the Soviet Union, breaking the law was practically a national hobby that underscored a more current regulatory reality: The rules as written mean nothing unless there is the will and the ability to enforce them.
The sudden removal of nearly 50 U.S. attorneys that served under the Obama administration is out of step with historical practice and sets the stage for an abrupt disruption to federal prosecution every time there is a new President.
How did a pie-eating stunt on the sidelines of a soccer game turn into the latest sporting compliance scandal? Bill Coffintalks about a curious sporting bet that turned into a tangle with U.K. betting rules and regulations
As Compliance Week covers compliance, governance, risk, and ethics, the ethical conflicts of the U.S. government provide both valuable opportunity for coverage and commentary ... as well as an unwelcome distraction from bigger issues, writesBill Coffin.