Webinar: Assessing Your Compliance Program with Data and Analytics: How Can You Meet the DOJ's Expectation of Using Operational Data and Analytics In Your Compliance Programs?

Events / Thursday, April 29, 2021
11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Eastern

In June 2020, the DOJ issued its updated Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs guidelines, which illustrates the considerations prosecutors weigh when determining whether, and to what extent, a company’s compliance program is effective for the purposes of making charging decisions. For the first time in an official guidance document, the DOJ highlighted the importance of tracking and utilizing data in connection with corporate compliance programs. The updated guidelines create the expectation that compliance programs utilize data to detect behavior indicative of non-compliance and assess the quality of a program’s performance. Now that the revised guidance has been in place nearly one year, more recent developments emphasize the DOJ’s expectation that companies incorporate data analytics into their compliance programs.

BakerHostetler’s White Collar, Investigations and Securities Enforcement and Litigation team and Deloitte’s Risk & Financial Advisory team hosted a complimentary program on what the DOJ’s guidelines mean and how companies can comply with them. Our panel of experienced attorneys and forensic consultants explained what the DOJ expects companies to do with data and analytics, how to best harness and make use of data to identify potential misconduct in your organization and ensure that your compliance program is working effectively, and how to use data to assist with internal investigations if any potential misconduct is identified.

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