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In today’s edition of Daily Compliance News: 1. Phone calls make a comeback (did they ever leave?). (NYT) 2. The end of WeWork? (WSJ) 3. DOJ drops inquiry into CHS over facilitation payments in Mexico. (WSJ) 4. A victim of coronavirus-Buffalo Wings....

In this five-part series, Mike Volkov and Tom Fox consider COVID-19 from a variety of angles and perspectives; from the Board of Directors, the CCO, the ethical company, new laws and regulations, crisis management and leadership. In this fourth...

Continuous improvement can take many ways, shapes and forms. One thing that is most generally not considered is the financial health of the third-party. It turns out such an oversight may have some significantly ramifications for an accurate picture...

Richard Lummis and Tom Fox continue our four-part series on leadership lessons from George Washington. We will look at lessons from Washington’s colonial and frontier period, focusing on the French and Indian War, leadership lessons from Washington’s...

In this episode of Life with GDPR, Jonathan Armstrong and Tom Fox consider the recently released UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Cathay Pacific Airways Limited fine of £500,000 for failing to protect the security of its customers’ personal...

The Hague System, the international registration system for industrial designs, will reach a new high point when Mexico officially joins later this year. The Hague Agreement will enter into force in Mexico on June 6, 2020. With Mexico’s entrance in...

On Monday, April 6, 2020, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced the Pennsylvania Manufacturing Call to Action Portal, which allows businesses to help their bottom line while also helping Pennsylvania fight back against COVID-19....

Yesterday, Governor Wolf signed an order to allow the administration to transfer supplies and information between medical facilities. The order mandates that private, public, and quasi-public health care providers and facilities, as well as...

Health Canada has instituted various approaches to facilitate the review and availability of health products which will help diagnose, treat, prevent or mitigate COVID-19 diseases. Below are just a few highlights from each....

Across the country, hospitals and providers are preparing to receive an unprecedented surge of patients afflicted with coronavirus symptoms – all while continuing to care for patients with other medical conditions necessitating inpatient care. The...

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