Corporate Compliance Insights is proud to introduce three new expert columnists that will bring more value and insight into their areas of expertise.
Wendy Wysong is CCI’s Asia Pacific compliance expert. Wendy, a litigation partner with Clifford Chance, maintains offices in Hong Kong and Washington D.C. She offers clients advice and representation on compliance and enforcement under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Arms Export Control Act, International Traffic in Arms Regulations, Export Administration Regulations, and OFAC Economic Sanctions. She was appointed by the State Department as the ITAR Special Compliance Official for Xe Services (formerly Blackwater) in 2010.
For her CCI debut, Wendy kicks off her column with the first part of Grease, Gift or Graft? Boundaries of Business Courtesies in China.
Michael Diaz Jr.‘s focus is Compliance in Brazil. He is founder and managing partner of Diaz, Reus & Targ LLP and an international business litigation and transactions lawyer who represents international clients on cross border investments, project finance and corporate transactions on behalf of foreign and multinational companies, multinational financial institutions, foreign governments and state-owned entities.
Michael gives you the Top 5 Corporate Compliance Issues Facing Brazil in his first article.
A familiar face to CCI readers, we welcome Lindsay Walker as she provides tips and tricks for conducting internal investigations. Lindsay Walker is the corporate journalist at Customer Expressions Corporation, developers of the i-Sight investigative case management software platform, an integrated and customizable solution for corporate investigations. She maintains the company blog at i-Sight.com.
For Lindsay’s first official column piece, she gives you 5 Ways Investigators Can Destroy an Internal Investigation.