Informed. Indispensable. In-house.
By Gabriela Roitburd
Once Brazil’s Clean Companies Act takes effect in January 2014, multinationals, as well as Brazilian-based companies, can expect additional scrutiny of their third-party relationships. Deploying a risk-based third-party compliance program provides regulators with evidence of a company’s commitment to preventing anti-bribery and corruption, while also allowing companies to focus their efforts on areas with the greatest risk.
Dec 02, 2013
By Iohann Le Frapper and Randall Lewis
Western companies entering Asia for business need not reinvent the wheel. This article is the accumulated wisdom from business leaders with over 25 years of experience in Asia. Read on to find a simple checklist of considerations and concerns that will allow you to learn from the errors and missteps of others.
Dec 01, 2013
By Scott Robins
Performing pro bono service can be challenging for the in-house attorney. Most pro bono service involves direct work with individual clients in need, and the usual client of the in-house attorney is a corporation or nonprofit entity. This article details the efforts of one corporate law department to create a successful pro bono program.
Nov 01, 2013