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The Criminalization Of Corporate Behavior

“I love sports. Whenever I can, I always watch the Detroit Tigers on the radio.”-Gerald R. Ford

In this over-communicated age, we wanted to give our audience different ways to consume information beyond reading and television appearances – a way, as former President Ford used to infer, to “see by hearing.”

Over the summer, we launched three new regular broadcasts: a monthly co-host with venture capitalist and former law firm managing partner Jonathan Aberman, on his program, What’s Working in Washington (WWiW), which is broadcast on WFED and nationally; a monthly co-host for a new webcast with the Corporate Counsel Business Journal, to be distributed to 40,000 general counsels; and, a new podcast, Real Washington, which will be inaugurated next week and distributed to more than 300,000 people.

This week, on WWiW, Jonathan and I are joined by Shawn Wright, a partner in the white collar criminal practice at Blank Rome, and Ayman Rizkalla, a white collar partner at Akerman, to discuss the ever-increasing challenges to boards of directors, including liability, increased regulation, incentivized whistleblowers, activist investors, new compliance rules, and the Yates memo (discussed in more detail below).

If you would like to participate in a broadcast, please let us know [email protected].

Happy listening.

Richard Levick

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