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Regulatory Enforcement

Regulatory Enforcement

News Article

Will Kraninger bring change to the CFPB?

Joe Mont | December 7, 2018

With the Senate confirmation of new director Kathy Kraninger on Dec. 6, critics and supporters alike are pondering the future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

News Article

Understanding the ‘revised’ policy on cooperation credit

Jaclyn Jaeger | December 5, 2018

Compliance officers and legal counsel should be somewhat relieved about newly announced revisions to Department of Justice policy that relaxes previous policy requirements for receiving cooperation credit in corporate misconduct cases.

Enforcement Action Blog

A look at the Justice Department’s new ‘China Initiative’

Jaclyn Jaeger | December 3, 2018

The Department of Justice on Nov. 1 announced the creation of a new “China Initiative,” aiming to identify priority Chinese trade theft cases and bring them to an appropriate conclusion quickly and effectively and making the global enforcement landscape all the more challenging for multinational companies.

The Man From FCPA Blog

Cases that make one wonder about the intent of enforcement

Tom Fox | November 28, 2018

A close look at FCPA investigations into Danske Bank, Goldman Sachs, and Walmart prompt more questions than answers.

News Article

Three unintended consequences of data privacy rules

Compliance Week | November 27, 2018

Some will argue a strict data privacy regime will have a negative effect on growing companies, create conflicting requirements in other instances, and potentially cause impediments to corporate investigations. We explore all three.

Opinions

Counterpoint: States should steer data privacy law

Jim Steyer | November 27, 2018

Common Sense Media Founder and CEO James Steyer lays out the three key reasons why individual state privacy laws would trump a federal mandate.

Opinions

Point: Protecting privacy should be federal government’s job

Cameron F. Kerry | November 27, 2018

Cameron F. Kerry, senior counsel at Sidley Austin, explains how a federal data privacy law could represent a win for business, privacy advocates, and consumers.

News Article

What federal data privacy legislation might look like, and how you can prepare

Hilary Wandall | November 27, 2018

Components from preexisting privacy laws are likely to compose a significant portion of the parameters into which a federal privacy mandate would fit, writes our guest columnist.

GDPR Compliance–The Role of EDPB for Ensuring Consistency

Title
GDPR Compliance–The Role of EDPB for Ensuring Consistency
Presenter
Ventsislav Karadjov, Deputy Chair of EDPB, Chairman of the Bulgarian DPA
Area of interest

Date
26 Nov 2018

 

Impact of Brexit for EU Companies

Title
Impact of Brexit for EU Companies
Presenter
Wendy Pronk
Area of interest

Date
26 Nov 2018