Compliance Communications Blog

 

Designing an “Ethical Organization”

6/17/19: A new post by Thomas Fox  on the JDSupra website asks the question "how can you design an ethical organization?”  Fortunately, Fox doesn’t leave the question hanging. 

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Do Your Disability Inclusion Practices Work?

6/17/19: “Despite articles on the advantages that people with disabilities can offer employers, too many companies hold themselves back when it comes to hiring people with disabilities.”  So notes an article by Ted Kennedy, Jr., Chad Jerdee and Laurie Henneborn in the Harvard Business Review. 

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Beyond Pharmaceuticals, Opioids and Liability

6/17/19: Public and regulatory attention may be focused on the opioid crisis and the potential liabilities of the pharmaceutical industry, but there are other issues involving the industry at play.  Recently, Heritage Pharmaceuticals Inc., a generic pharmaceutical company, admitted to price fixing in violation of US antitrust laws. 

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Fueling Compliance at the Point of Risk

6/3/19: Sometimes just a few paragraphs can start a line of thinking that breaks with the usual “this is the way it is.” That’s what a short article by Jeffrey Kaplan published in CEP Magazine did. The article, “Point-of-Risk Compliance,” might not create a new wheel but may reinvigorate the thinking about learning and compliance...

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Discrimination or Misuse of Confidential Information?

1/14/19: It’s an odd reach to link gender discrimination with the misuse of confidential company information but that’s what is alleged in a lawsuit brought by a former acting general counsel and chief compliance officer against her former employer.  That former employer is Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings America Inc.

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