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Farewell to Chocolate Thunder, Baylor Football and Due Diligence
Posted on 29 Aug 2015 by Thomas Fox

Daryl Dawkins died yesterday. To anyone who followed the National Basketball League (NBA); Dawkins will always be remembered with the brilliant Stevie Wonder-derived moniker – Chocolate Thunder . I will also remember him for three things. First... Read More

The New Canadian Integrity Regime: Compliance Carrots to Join the Sticks
Posted on 16 Jul 2015 by RBistrong

Today we welcome Kristine Robidoux, Partner, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP, for an analysis of the new Canadian Integrity Regime. As Canada has one of the most robust Debarment regimes which includes anti-bribery enforcement, I thought that a change in... Read More

Great Structures Week I: Vitruvius, the Brooklyn Bridge and Compliance
Posted on 13 Jul 2015 by Thomas Fox

I recently completed a course from The Teaching Company, entitled “ Understanding the World’s Greatest Structures: Science and Innovation from Antiquity to Modernity ”, taught by Professor Stephen Ressler. It was a wonderful learning... Read More