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In the posts collected here we will identify and discuss the a) principal legal expectations regarding C&E program assessments, including guidance documents issued by enforcement authorities and pertinent case law; and b) various business benefits to conducting assessments, such as providing momentum and direction for a C&E program.

In the posts collected here we will identify and discuss the a) principal legal expectations regarding C&E program assessments, including guidance documents issued by enforcement authorities and pertinent case law; and b) various business benefits to conducting assessments, such as providing momentum and direction for a C&E program.

The New Antitrust Compliance Program Evaluation Criteria

For more than a quarter of a century the Antitrust Division of the US Justice Department (the “DOJ”) was an outlier among the components of the DOJ with respect to crediting compliance programs in enforcement matters. That changed on July


In the posts collected here we will identify and discuss the a) principal legal expectations regarding C&E program assessments, including guidance documents issued by enforcement authorities and pertinent case law; and b) various business benefits to conducting assessments, such as providing momentum and direction for a C&E program.

Certification as a form of program evaluation

By Joe Murphy, CCEP A newly evolving approach to program evaluation is certification, particularly to meet an ISO standard. Mostly notably, ISO 37001 provides for certification of anti-corruption compliance programs. There is a great deal of controversy about this certification.