|Faculty:||Jason Pickholz, Marvin Pickholz|
|Production Date:||August 1 2008|
In this course, Marvin and Jason Pickholz discuss legal issues relating to corporate compliance and internal investigations. This father-son duo delivers a highly engaging discussion on the main players, the relevant statutes and practical information that corporations need when constructing an internal investigation program. Drawing on years of experience, this is a must see for those wanting to learn about these timely issues.
I. Learn the importance of regulations in corporations.
II. Know the kinds of anti-bribery statutes.
III. Understand the implementation of compliance systems for regulation.
IV. Have knowledge of the reasons for an investigation to take place.
V. Evaluate which agencies are involved with corporate compliance issues?
VI. Explain the relationship between prosecutors and self-regulatory bodies.
Instructional Method: Self-Study
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Kristin (Morrison, CO)
I watched this a few times because it was so useful.
Karen (White Plains, NY)
Edmond (sylmar, CA)
Ronald (Downers Grove, IL)
Thomas (Riverside, CT)
Sue (Alexandria, VA)
Eneida (Brooklyn, NY)
In general, the speakers were able to raise and discuss in great depth issues that seemed to be the most relevant concerning the need to create and implement corporate compliance manuals and procedures that would satisfy state, national and international regulatory agencies.
Dan (Hastings-on-Hudson, NY)
Good information, well presented.
Rafael A (Miami, FL)
An excellent overview of the general objectives and benefits of corporate compliance programs (whether for FCPA, Sarbanes Oxley, OFAC, etc.).
Paul J. (New York, NY)
very good general introduction to the topic.
Elizabeth (Chicago, IL)
Good course, but I need more information. It would really help if there was a more substantive discussion of how to protect the privilege, how to prevent undesired disclosures, and practical steps to make sure advice is not turned into a privilege free zone. I'll go to the library to find cases on this, as it wasn't fully discussed here. Perhaps a followup course would be a great idea here (hint) to help those who don't do this sort of advising as a matter of course. These guys know their stuff. They just need to explain more of it for the uninitiated. Thanks.
David (Denver, CO)
RORY (DOWNERS GROVE, IL)
The two presenters worked together well to make the material understandable and interesting.
David (LOS ANGELES, CA)
Good, well organized and informative. I have been in the area for over 25 years, they give a good sense of the hot issues in a palatable way.
Brenda (Temecula, CA)
Vampire movies aren't as scary as this stuff.
Delwyn (St. Louis, MO)
Excellent basics on corporate compliance in relation to the board of director's obligations to the shareholders. Thank you.
Barton (TARZANA, CA)
Refreshing down-to-earth. Nuts and bolts, not hot air. I immediately called my client about the details learned.
Retha (Cataula, GA)
Speakers provided expert overview on this topic.
Charles (Denver, CO)
Carol (White Plains, NY)
Lawrence H. (Chicago, IL)
good speakers because of their backgrounds
Sarah (White Plains, NY)
Michael (MELVILLE, NY)
Maeve (Alexandria, VA)
EXCELLENT!!! they should have their own tv show.
Peter (CHARLOTTE, NC)
gave good overview of internal investigation
Karen (New York, NY)
Thomas (Washington, DC)
Lee (White Plains, NY)
best one so far.
Edgar (Hazel Crest, IL)
interesting presentation of what could have been perceived as mundane.
Rina (Albertson, NY)
Good background into the basics.
Morgan E. (Salem, VA)
Good presentation .
Stephen (Bar Donia, NY)
excellent recounting and discussion of realistic impact of compliance on conducting business.
Lawrence (New York, NY)
Two very knowledgeable and well-spoken individuals.
Lewis (Elmira, NY)
Great fun learning about a different world!
Nancy (Chicago, IL)
Excellent presentation with great real world examples.
Hope (Moline, IL)
James (Buffalo, NY)
Lynn (Bolingbrook, IL)
Gary (Collazzone (PG), CT)
William J. (Princeton, NJ)
Q and A format interesting.
Angela (new york, NY)
The course was excellent. Very interesting material and strong presentation.
Daniel (New York, NY)
Interesting presentation; helpful, practical treatment.
Kristin (Milwaukee, WI)
The attorney-client privilege discussion in this context was a very good reminder.
Beth Florence (Beverly Hills, CA)
excellent - thank you
Julie (Chattanooga, TN)
christopher (Los Angeles, CA)
great program. opened my eyes to issues i would not have otherwise seen. thanks.
Stacey (San Francisco, CA)
Found it informative.
george (New York, NY)
Made uninteresting subject somewhat interesting
Bernard (Bloomfield Hills, MI)
Anita (Cary, NC)
A very practical perspective on the topic.
elizabeth (Weston, MA)
Jill (New York, NY)
The two gentlemen were very knowledgeable and conveyed that knowledge in an interesting presentation.
kenneth (new york, NY)
ENJOYED THE FORMAT
Joseph (Morton Grove, IL)
Eric (Naperville, IL)
The speakers were very knowledgeable about the subject and played well off of each other.
Peter (Frankfort, IL)
Stephen F. (Niles, IL)
They are knowledgable, practical, and straightforward --even blunt--with their advice in this increasingly complex, regulated field.
James (New York, NY)
Good discussion set forth in an informal manner. Conveyed a lot of relevant information on the subjects covered.
Elizabeth (Chicago, IL)
they were well versed in the subject matter
Yoel (Cedarhurst, NY)
Raise many interesting ideas to consider for future practices
George (austin, TX)
Leta (Denver, CO)
Questions and answers was a different variation for presentation. Nicely breaks up the routine.
Arnold (Chatsworth, CA)
If you're in house counsel, you NEED this program more than you think.
Robin (Highland Park, IL)
Jo (Chicago, IL)
Terrence (Brentwood, TN)
I particularly found the internal investigation comments useful.
Edward (Hanover, NH)
Good - effective presentation - their knowledge was outstanding. Presentation was a little dry and perhaps a little too informal. But I did enjoy it.
Kevin (Scottsvalley, CA)