is often the monitor's self-interest in
1713 (2007); Cristie Ford & David Hess, Can Corporate Monitorships
Improve Corporate Compliance?, 34 J.
commences." Morford Memo, supra note 282, at 7.
It goes without saying that a company, its directors and managers should not commit any crimes during the tenure of a monitorship
There is no ex post research into the attributes of successful versus unsuccessful monitorships--are the goals of the monitorship
met and what inputs impact reaching the goals.
secondary data, we investigate the entire monitorship
In another sign that independent monitorships
are attracting top-shelf legal talent, Tenet Healthcare Corp.
is being instituted as part of a comprehensive reform package agreed to by Cooper Union and OAG and entered by the Court as a Consent Decree in New York County Supreme Court Index No.
Alexandra has extensive compliance and monitorship
experience, which includes assessment of internal controls and procedures and the review, creation, and implementation of compliance and training programs at multinational companies and financial institutions.
Brian is a member of the leadership team assisting the Monitor for the Office for Mortgage Settlement Oversight and serves as Project Leader for the monitorship
of the renovation of the Jacob K.
The datemyschool team has been working on the new platform for several months, tweaking their safety and privacy settings in order to upgrade their user-verification, advance their manual monitorship
of profiles, and highlight their members' ability to restrict schools, departments, individuals, and other groups from accessing their profiles.
A global authority on regulatory compliance, the company also oversees some of the world's most complex court-appointed and voluntary monitorships
in the private and public sectors.