Q&A: Ex-DOJ official on policy changes, new CCO expectations

Scott Hulsey

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has made a series of policy changes designed to curb corporate crime and encourage companies to self-disclose violations, cooperate with investigators, and remediate misconduct. Representatives of the agency say the new policies are aimed at empowering compliance professionals.

Scott Hulsey, partner at Barnes & Thornburg, former federal prosecutor, and former chief compliance officer at General Electric Energy Connections (now GE Vernova), discusses with Compliance Week how CCOs should respond to the DOJ’s recent changes and reestablished expectations.

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