Holland & Knight's Compliance Services and Education Teams, along with attorneys throughout the firm, collaborated on the 2021 edition of the Practising Law Institute's (PLI) Corporate Compliance Answer Book.

The book serves as a guide in a question and answer format, helping readers to use risk assessment, apply gap analyses, conduct internal investigations, develop records management programs, satisfy labor and employment mandates, environmental rules, lobbying and campaign finance laws, export control regulations, and FCPA anti-bribery standards, and make voluntary disclosures of illegalities, among other topics.

Visit PLI's website for more information and to order a copy.

Corporate Compliance Answer Book Chapter/Author Information

  • Chapter 1: The Business Case for Compliance Programs – Christopher A. Myers and Michael Manthei
  • Chapter 2: Implementation of an Effective Compliance and Ethics Program – Steven D. Gordon
  • Chapter 4: Risk Assessment and Gap Analysis – Kwamina Thomas Williford
  • Chapter 5: Records Management – Ieuan G. Mahony
  • Chapter 6: Internal Investigations –  Wifredo A. Ferrer and Michael E. Hantman
  • Chapter 8: Voluntary Disclosure of Wrongdoing – Michael Manthei
  • Chapter 9: Witness Preparation – Dan Small
  • Chapter 10: Settling with the Government – Steven Gordon
  • Chapter 12: The False Claims Act – Michael Manthei, William F. Pezzolo and David R. Weissman
  • Chapter 13: Privacy and Security of Personal Information – Maximillian J. Bodoin, Hwi Harold Lee and Ieuan G. Mahony
  • Chapter 14: Procuring Computing Resources: IP Licensing, Outsourcing, and Cloud Computing – Elizabeth R. Burkhard, Nicholas M. Hasenfus and Ieuan G. Mahony
  • Chapter 15: Government Contractors – Eric S. Crusius and Christian B. Nagel
  • Chapter 16: Suspension and Debarment from Federal Contracting and Programs – Steven D. Gordon 
  • Chapter 17: International Investigations – Steven D. Gordon
  • Chapter 18: Foreign Corrupt Practices Act – Wifredo A. Ferrer, Michael E. Hantman and Marcelo Ovejero
  • Chapter 19: Export Controls – Antonia I. Tzinova, Ronald A. Oleynik, Jonathan M. Epstein and Andrew McAllister
  • Chapter 20: Corporate Political Activity – Christopher DeLacy, Charles E. Borden, Rachel T. Provencher and Samuel C. Brown
  • Chapter 21: Environmental Law – Stacy Watson May
  • Chapter 22: Consumer Product Safety Act – Colin P. Smith
  • Chapter 24: Healthcare Organizations and Providers – Jeremy Sternberg and William Pezzolo
  • Chapter 25: Medicare Part D – Jeffrey W. Mittleman, Ilenna J. Stein and Andrew Namkung
  • Chapter 26: Managed Care Organizations – Jeffrey W. Mittleman
  • Chapter 27: Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Manufacturers – Michael Manthei, William F. Gould, Sara M. Klock, Jennifer C. Lee and William F. Pezzolo
  • Chapter 28: HIPAA Security and Privacy – Shannon B. Hartsfield
  • Chapter 29: The Affordable Care Act: Compliance and Enforcement – Christopher A. Myers and Michael Manthei
  • Chapter 30: The Affordable Care Act: Employer Obligations – Kenneth A. Jenero
  • Chapter 31: Anti-Money Laundering – Gabriel Caballero, Jr.
  • Chapter 32: Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 – Jerome W. Hoffman and John A. Canale
  • Chapter 34: SEC Investigations of Public Companies – Stephen P. Warren and Allison Kernisky
  • Chapter 35: Directors and Officers Liability Insurance – Thomas H. Bentz, Jr.
  • Chapter 36: Cyber Liability Insurance – Thomas H. Bentz, Jr.
  • Chapter 37: Executive Compensation – Robert J. Friedman, Gregory K. Brown, Victoria H. Zerjav, Louis L. Joseph, Ariadna Alvarez, Nicole F. Martini, Betsy L. Luxenberg, Kerry L. Halpern and Cory A. Thomas
  • Chapter 38: Institutions of Higher Education – Kwamina Thomas Williford, Paul G. Lannon, Jr. and Nathan A. Adams IV
  • Chapter 39: Labor and Employment Law – Kenneth A. Jenero
  • Chapter 40: Anti–Human Trafficking and Forced Labor – William N. Shepherd, Barbara A. Martinez and Jeff Schacknow

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