Last week, the University of Houston Law Center released the most comprehensive free dataset for compliance benchmarking available. The Fortune 500 Code of Conduct dataset allows anyone to access the University’s website (without the worry of future spam emails that come with a “free” registration) and search through three years of data the Law Center has put together covering over forty different compliance areas including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Entries in Benchmarking (23)
Miller & Chevalier Chartered and Matteson Ellis Law joined 12 Latin American law firms in a comprehensive survey of 439 executives spanning 14 countries in the Americas.
The Anti-Corruption Compliance Benchmarking Survey is available at no charge until the end of July.
Normally valued at $295, the anti-corruption compliance benchmarking survey can be downloaded at no cost for a limited time with email registration. Details here.
We'll be in Hong Kong on February 7 and Singapore on February 15 to talk about the top ten FCPA enforcement actions. The focus will be lessons for companies doing business in Asia.
The latest issue of the Rx Compliance Report included summaries of our posts, a flock of pharmas and why benchmarking matters.
U.S. enforcement officials – including the Attorney General himself – have stressed the importance of self-assessments to achieving anti-corruption compliance program efficacy.
Answers to yesterday’s quiz based on the Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Benchmarking Survey are:
Of the more than 100 organizations participating in the Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Benchmarking Survey conducted by Kaplan & Walker LLP and the FCPA Blog, what do you think is the approximate percentage of respondents that: