• By Adam Turteltaub There’s no General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the US. Absent a comprehensive, national privacy law, states have stepped in to fill the gap. As Adam Greene (LinkedIn), Partner at Davis Wright Tremaine explains in this podcast, that’s creating some complications. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) already differs from subsequent laws []
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  • By Adam Turteltaub For as much as there is talk about the force of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the impact of the OECD’s anticorruption efforts deserves a great deal of credit. By encouraging laws against foreign bribery, anticorruption compliance efforts, and grading the work of the countries who are parties to their []
  • By Adam Turteltaub Best known as The FCPA Professor, Mike Koehler argues that that many people have it all wrong when it comes to enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Citing historical data he argues that there is not, contrary to popular opinion, a slow down in enforcement of the FCPA. The pace []
  • By Adam Turteltaub Jessica Zeff (LinkedIn) loves government audits. I know, it’s hard to believe, given the dread they inspire. But, the founder and lead consultant of Simply Compliance makes a very good case in this podcast that audits can be much better than people expect and actually helpful for the compliance program. How is []