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In the last few years, DOJ has been prolific in announcing corporate enforcement directives and guidance modifications. The latest guidance has companies wondering what constitutes “extraordinary” cooperation and “immediate” voluntary disclosure, as well as, how to meet DOJ’s expectations in areas as diverse as messaging apps, compliance program testing, and compensation claw-backs. In this session, two compliance leaders bring a 360-degree view of the field of play and share their guidance and strategic approaches.

Audrey Harris, Former BHP Chief Compliance Officer, former Am Law 30 law firm partner, and current Managing Director, Affiliated Monitors Inc. (AMI)

Cari Robinson, Former Revlon General Counsel, former IBM Vice President & Assistant General Counsel for Investigations & Cybersecurity, and current governance consultant and Board Director