The Yates Memo: One Year Later

Houston attorney and corporate compliance consultant Thomas Fox recently spoke about the Yates Memo one year after the Department of Justice issued the memorandum. That document advised federal prosecutors to hold individuals accountable for corporate wrongdoing and ordered companies to provide “all relevant facts” on culpable individuals in order to get credit for cooperating with the government. Mr. Fox is the former general counsel for an international oilfield services company and now works as an independent consultant advising companies on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Listen as he discusses the Yates Memo and its impact on corporate corruption.

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