Cracks in Food Safety Programs Lead to ‘Eggstraordinary’ Recall
Posted on 06-13-2018 by Lisa Thompson

Two-hundred and seven million eggs were recalled on April 13th of this year—the largest such recall in the U.S. in nearly 10 years. By May, another 12 people from 9 states had fallen ill from the tainted eggs, bringing the total to 35 with 11 individuals requiring hospitalization. Major supermarket... Read More

Compliance Q&A: ISO 37001 Expert shares insights into boosting the effectiveness of anti-bribery and corruption efforts
Posted on 05-10-2018 by Lisa Thompson

Jean-Pierre Mean is an anti-corruption lawyer who played a leading role in the development of ISO 37001, a recent global standard by which companies can measure their anti-bribery and corruption policies. He is now leading the working group which looks after the implementation of the standard. Mr. Mean... Read More

How Globalization Increases the Need for Due Diligence for All Industries
Posted on 10-07-2016 by Ulyana Androsova

Financial services, energy, construction, pharmaceutical and biomedicine—these highly-regulated industries must undertake robust due diligence and risk monitoring. Did you just breathe a sigh of relief because the company you represent doesn’t fall into the highly-regulated bucket? Think... Read More