How Universities Earn Top Marks for Big Data Use
Posted on 09-26-2019 by Lisa Thompson

In some ways, academics’ methods of teaching and research have hardly changed since Plato and Aristotle were discussing philosophy and mathematics in the Academy in Ancient Greece. Students still learn from a tutor in small discussion groups and... Read More

3 reasons to add ongoing monitoring to address third-party risk
Posted on 09-20-2019 by Lisa Thompson

How confident are you that a supplier you vetted two years ago hasn’t seen a change in financial stability that might lead to supply chain disruption? Or that a reseller isn’t putting you in danger of an FCPA violation? Or that a disgruntled... Read More

Expert Q&A: Dechert’s Caroline Black on the Changing Landscape of Anti-bribery and Corruption Compliance
Posted on 09-17-2019 by Lisa Thompson

Caroline Black is a partner in the white-collar crime team at the London-based law firm Dechert LLP. She has worked on several large multi-jurisdictional anti-corruption and bribery cases and advised major companies on putting in place adequate compliance... Read More