As part of Temple Law’s Faculty Spring Colloquium Series, Professor Veronica Root Martinez presented her paper: The Government’s Prioritization of Information Over Sanction: Implications for Compliance. Professor Martinez teaches at Notre Dame Law School and is also the Director of the Program on Ethics, Compliance & Inclusion.
This Month from the Temple Law Center for Compliance and Ethics: Ethics and compliance champions play a critical role in enhancing program effectiveness with technology and personal leadership. A trusted champion can encourage more people to speak up internally, early and often. A human review system in business units and local offices where risks occur is one of the biggest opportunities for an organization.
O Pictured Above: (Left to Right) Kevin Dill, GC and CCO at Tabula Rasa Healthcare; Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director, Division of Enforcement, SEC; Jeff Boujoukos LAW ’92, Regional Director of the SEC Philadelphia On Tuesday, October 29, 2019, Temple Law’s Center for Compliance and Ethics held a roundtable event featuring Stephanie Avakian (LAW ’95), Co-Director of
By its title, this article might appear to imply that the creation of a culture of compliance is an illusory thing. While the conclusion is not quite so simple, the title does suggest that achieving a sustainable sense of compliance within any corporate culture is one that requires a continuously evolving effort to establish and
This is the first in what we hope will become a regular series of interviews with members of the Temple business law community about their work, the business law community, and business law practice generally. Jon Smollen directs Temple’s Center for Compliance and Ethics (CCE), and recently sat down with The 10-Q’s editors to talk