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Tom Fox interviews Vin DiCianni and Eric Feldman for a five-part podcast series on corporate monitorships – Day 2

Listen to the episode on Tom Fox’s website HERE or read more and listen below.

“There are a number of applications and uses of an independent, credible third-party to facilitate the resolution of disputes. There are different ways having a third party come in and help to resolve issues; the number of ways is almost infinite or at the very least, limited to your imagination.  Often a monitor could come in collect information on what one or both of the parties are doing to help facilitate a settlement. Feldman discussed matters such as consumer protection issues. He noted that AMI has done monitorships where state agencies have done investigations of consumer protection and AMI would come in as a “secret shopper” to determine whether an organization is in fact doing what it is supposed to be doing.

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Tom Fox explores the differences in two types of monitorships with Eric Feldman

Tom Fox explores the differences in two types of monitorships; a post-resolution monitorship and a pre-settlement monitorship with Eric Feldman, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Corporate Ethics and Compliance Programs for Affiliated Monitors, Inc. (“AMI”).

You can read the article here, on fcpacompliancereport.com: http://fcpacompliancereport.com/2018/04/two-type-monitorships/

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Tom Fox interviews Vin DiCianni and Eric Feldman for a five-part podcast series on corporate monitorships – Day 1

Listen to the episode on Tom Fox’s website HERE or read more and listen below.

What is the role of corporate monitorships? Is a corporate monitorship to be feared if your company is in the middle of a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)? Can a monitor be used in a manner other than post-settlement, such as in a pro-active manner to help forestall a government enforcement action, fine or penalty? If your company is in the market for a monitor what are some of the indicia you should consider? Finally there are lots of rumors about the alleged exorbitant costs of monitorship? Is this an urban myth or is it based on facts? If the former, what can a company do to protect itself.

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