Living with a monitor in your midst may test your firm in myriad ways. However, it is possible to work more cooperatively with a government-imposed monitor by establishing clear lines of communication with the monitorship team and focusing on remediation and compliance policies.

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In a recent article for SCCE’s Compliance & Ethics Professional, Katherine A. Lemire provides recommendations for corporate executives and in-house counsel tasked with navigating government-imposed monitorships.

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Katherine A. Lemire

Katherine A. Lemire, a Partner with StoneTurn, has more than 20 years of experience advising public and private sector clients on a broad range of compliance and integrity issues, complex […]

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