The Department of Justice has recently made clear that it will consider a company’s use of data in its investigations into potential misconduct, such as violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Specifically, prosecutors will assess whether a company’s compliance department had access to internal data and whether this data was sufficiently analyzed before and during investigations in a way that would enable the detection of misconduct.

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Joshua Dennis and Steven Neuman explain how compliance professionals can effectively use and better understand their own business data–before, during and after an incident.

Read the complete article from SCCE’s Compliance & Ethics Professional magazine.

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Joshua Dennis

Joshua Dennis has more than 15 years of experience working with clients and counsel on issues requiring complex data analysis, including investigations, economic damages, intellectual property, enforcement, forensic accounting, compliance […]

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Steven Neuman

Steven Neuman, a Partner with StoneTurn, has 20 years of experience advising clients and companies on compliance, risk assessments, global investigations and monitorships. He brings significant expertise in conducting work […]

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