Host: Nancy May, President and CEO, BoardBench Companies
Guest: Andrea Gordon, JD
Have you ever thought that you could write a modern day crime novel based on what you’ve seen, with your own eyes, as a public company director? Or, like so many others, do you simply deny that “questionable” events ever occurred or dread whether they will ever come to light? Real life boardroom mysteries are unraveling in the world now, as you’ll hear in this next episode of the Boardrooms’ Best. My guest, Andrea Gordon, and I will reveal and discuss some real life board-based situations that would seem improbable but are being played out right now. We’ll dive deeper into some of the things that could be happening right under your nose, and how they might be examined by others through the lens of the Foreign Corrupt Practice Act.
Listen in as we unveil real-life director experiences involving murder, mystery, intrigue, and hopelessly entangled situations that even involve well-known celebrities.
Andrea Gordon, JD, Eversheds, Sutherland, LLP.
Andrea Gordon advises clients on US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) matters, including related investigation, litigation and arbitration. Her experience includes counseling corporate and individual clients in connection with SEC and FINRA investigations, internal investigations and complex litigation. She also has experience in FCPA-related matters, including cases involving a compliance monitor.
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