Greg Keating on The Critical Importance of Ethics and Compliance Training

Corporate Compliance Insights

 | August 17, 2017

Gregory Keating, chair of Choate’s Labor Employment & Benefits and Whistleblower Defense Groups, was recently published in Corporate Compliance Insights.  His article, "Despite Scandals, Corporations are Failing in This Key Area", discusses how liability risk for companies across America for compliance-related errors or omissions is rising dramatically and how a recent survey strongly suggests that many companies are not properly investing in training on ethics and compliance.

View Greg's full article in Corporate Compliance Insights


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