Just over a year since the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) published its last update, the DOJ’s Criminal Division has again updated its guidance on “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.” But what do compliance leaders need to do in light of this latest guidance to best-position their organizations if an inquiry arises?

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While the 2020 DOJ Update retains most of the substance of the 2019 Update, it adds a number of key points that can help companies, compliance officers and counsel better understand DOJ expectations—and what companies and compliance professionals should do to meet them in maintaining an effective compliance program. In a Client AlertStephen Martin, Jamen Tyler and Tom Fox outline six critical next steps for compliance leaders and their teams, including:

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Stephen Martin

Stephen Martin

Stephen Martin, a Partner with StoneTurn, has more than 20 years of experience in compliance & monitoring, risk assessment, and corporate internal investigations, often in connection with regulatory inquiries. Stephen […]

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Jamen Tyler

Jamen Tyler, a Managing Director at StoneTurn, focuses on corporate compliance and internal investigations, corporate structure and governance. She assists clients in proactive assessments and enhancements of compliance programs, internal […]

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Tom Fox

Thomas Fox, a Senior Adviser with StoneTurn, brings more than 35 years of experience advising clients on legal, regulatory and compliance matters worldwide. A former General Counsel and a frequent […]

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