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CW 2017 event reveals few have read Justice Dept. Evaluation Guidance

Tom Fox | May 24, 2017

The second day of Compliance Week 2017 is now in the books. It was another excellent day of Keynotes, large meetings, and Breakout Sessions and Conversations. It all began with the ever-fan favorite: the Breakfasts, where The Man From FCPA was on a panel with fellow Compliance Week columnist Joe Mont, who has covered the D.C. regulatory scene for many years. Joe’s most basic remarks were "Keep Calm and Carry On" as the predicted apocalypse around Dodd-Frank and other regulatory regimes is still a long way from realization.

The day’s first Keynote was a very interesting panel consisting of one former SEC official, Kara Brockmeyer, former head of the SEC FCPA unit; one current Justice Department attorney, Pablo Quiñones, chief of the strategy, policy, and training unit in the criminal division’s fraud section; one compliance practitioner, Kurt Drake from Kimberly-Clark; all moderated by former SEC practitioner, Stephen Cohen. Perhaps the most interesting item from this panel...

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