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Ropes & Gray attorneys provide timely analysis on legal developments, court decisions and changes in legislation and regulations.

    Global Health Care Compliance Initiative: Managing Compliance Issues and Process Changes Related to COVID-19

    Global Health Care Compliance Initiative: Managing Compliance Issues and Process Changes Related to COVID-19

    In this Ropes & Gray podcast, moderated by health care associate Michael DiMaio, the co-leaders of the firm’s Global Health Care Compliance Initiative, Amanda Raad, Kaede Toh and Alison Fethke, discuss compliance concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. They address issues that are top-of-mind for health care and life sciences clients, including shifts in business practices and enforcement risks, and operational challenges such as drug supply limitations.

    • 15 min
    Alumni @ RopesTalk: Conversation with Jason Idilbi, Passport

    Alumni @ RopesTalk: Conversation with Jason Idilbi, Passport

    In the latest installment of Ropes & Gray’s alumni podcast series, Alumni @ RopesTalk, IP litigation partner Matt Rizzolo interviews Jason Idilbi, general counsel at Passport Labs, a mobility software platform that facilitates mobile parking and transit ticketing applications. Jason reflects on his “non-linear” legal career path, which began at Ropes & Gray in 2008 and led to roles as a judicial clerk, litigator and in-house counsel. Now at Passport, Jason talks about the most difficult project he’s had to tackle in the last three years, and also what he looks for when engaging outside counsel.

    • 27 min
    Culture & Compliance Chronicles: Culture in Times of Crisis

    Culture & Compliance Chronicles: Culture in Times of Crisis

    The latest installment of Ropes & Gray’s podcast series, Culture & Compliance Chronicles, explores company culture in times of crisis. In part one of a three-part discussion, litigation & enforcement attorneys Amanda Raad and Rosemarie Paul talk with three partners at EY—Katharina Weghmann, Maryam Hussain and Melissa Myatt—who focus on behavioral science and decision-making in the corporate context. The group considers what the research says about the drivers of firm culture, how companies and individuals make decisions, and how they’re seeing this play out as companies grapple with the global pandemic. Throughout, they also touch on how regulators are responding to the current environment.

    • 31 min
    European Regulatory Update for Asset Managers: 26 May 2020

    European Regulatory Update for Asset Managers: 26 May 2020

    Welcome to the second installment of Ropes & Gray’s European regulatory podcast for asset managers. These fortnightly podcasts and accompanying speaker notes are intended to provide an overview of updates relevant to GCs, CCOs and other compliance professionals to help you navigate both COVID-19 and other developments relevant to your business. The speakers on today’s podcast are Eve Ellis, a partner in our asset management group specialising in fund regulation, Rosemarie Paul, a partner in our litigation & enforcement group specialising in regulatory enforcement matters, and Rohan Massey, a partner and leader of our data, privacy and cybersecurity group. This update covers topics relating to liquidity, business interruption insurance, the Financial Services Regulatory Initiatives Forum, short selling, financial crime, data privacy, a collaboration between the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”) and the FCA’s Dear CEO letters.

    • 23 min
    Public Disclosure: Cooperating with DOJ

    Public Disclosure: Cooperating with DOJ

    In the third episode of Ropes & Gray’s False Claims Act podcast series, Public Disclosure, litigation partner Kirsten Mayer considers the Department of Justice’s 2019 guidance to companies who face investigation under the False Claims Act. DOJ has encouraged companies to cooperate, self-disclose and remediate compliance issues, but what—if anything—should a company expect to receive in return? Her guest is Professor Jacob Elberg from Seton Hall Law School, who handled FCA cases for the government for many years in his prior role as an AUSA and Health Care Fraud Chief in the District of New Jersey. The two discuss the DOJ guidance, what DOJ is trying to promote with it, and what the DOJ actually appears to be doing in its FCA settlements, based on Professor Elberg’s recent analysis of civil settlement agreements in his article, “A Path to Data-Driven Health Care Enforcement.” The results may surprise you.

    • 23 min
    ESG Considerations for Asset Managers in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic

    ESG Considerations for Asset Managers in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic

    In this Ropes & Gray podcast, asset management partners Isabel Dische and Melissa Bender discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic offers an opportunity for asset managers to evaluate how their portfolio companies are managing the pandemic (and likewise for institutional investors to evaluate their asset managers). They’ll also discuss how investors may want to apply lessons learned from recent market events to their ESG programs going forward.

    • 4 min

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