DOJ’s Guidance on Compliance Up Close: How Federal Prosecutors Assess Compliance Programs Now

A close look at the updated guidance the DOJ has provided for prosecutors evaluating compliance programs can help organizations ensure that their programs pass muster. During the recent Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics 18th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute, Acting Assistant Chief of the DOJ Fraud Section Andrew Gentin shared insight about how and why the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs was updated in 2019 and how the Department is using it. The panel was moderated by Billy Jacobson, a partner at Orrick, and also featured Steven Gyeszly, chief compliance counsel at Marathon Oil. We summarize the key takeaways from the panel. See “A Side-by-Side Look at How the Revised ECCP Compares to the Original” (May 15, 2019).

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