On February 8, 2017, the Department of Justice (DOJ) quietly published a document containing important topics and sample questions that the Fraud Section may ask when evaluating corporate compliance programs.
One of the key elements highlighted in the guide is training.

Cracking Down on Compliance: Does Your Training Program Meet DOJs Expectations

Learn some simple steps to take to ensure your training meets the DOJ's expectations

In this webinar, Michael Volkov, CEO of The Volkov Law Group, LLC, and Farzad Barkhordari, former President of Workplace Answers, an EVERFI company, discuss how the DOJ’s Compliance Program Evaluation Guidance impacts your training program.

Topics Covered in the Webinar

  • A brief history the DOJ’s definition of an effective compliance program
  • An overview of the topics covered in the new guidance
  • What the new guidance recommends for training and communications
  • Steps you can take to ensure your training meets the DOJ’s expectations

Watch the webinar recording today.

Presenters

Farzad Barkhordari

Farzad Barkhordari is the former President of Workplace Answers, an EVERFI company, and formerly the founder and CEO of Click 4 Compliance. Farzad is a compliance specialist and headed the global anti-corruption team at Sun Microsystems.

 

Michael Volkov

Michael Volkov, CEO and owner of The Volkov Law Group, LLC, has over 30 years of experience in practicing law. A former federal prosecutor and veteran white collar defense attorney, he has expertise in areas of compliance, internal investigations and enforcement matters.