- WRAGE BLOG (Jan. 30, 2009): Bribery’s Broken Windows
If officials face “zero tolerance” for the smallest inappropriate demands, won’t it be more difficult for a culture of corruption to flourish?
- CLUSTERSTOCK (Jan. 29, 2009): The Madness of Journalists And The SEC
The record of journalists as psuedo-regulators is actually quite poor, and its possible that a fraud detection unit staffed by journalists would actually be worse than one staffed by lawyers.
- FCPA BLOG (Jan. 28, 2009): The Hunt For Overseas Evidence
No corporations and just a few individuals have fought FCPA charges in court, so only a handful of people have ever seen an FCPA defense up close. But for the first time, we have a chance to follow not one but three pending prosecutions.
- DEALBOOK (Jan. 28, 2008): Another View: The S.E.C. Should Hire Journalists
Instead of entrusting the S.E.C.’s investigative work to lawyers who dream of working on Wall Street, mix things up by hiring the best of our nation’s out-of-work financial and investigative journalists.
- SEC, FINRA & PCAOB DEFENSE BLOG (Jan. 28, 2009): Characteristics of PCAOB Investigations
Six years after the passage of Sarbanes-Oxley, the PCAOB is ramping up the number of investigations and enforcement actions against audit firms and individual CPAs.
- ROBERT CHEW, TIME MAGAZINE (Jan. 27, 2009): Can Mary Schapiro Revitalize the SEC?
As soon as she settles in at Washington’s most beleaguered agency, Mary Schapiro will have two makeovers to handle: the demoralized and embarrassed agency, and herself.
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