Welcome to Compliance Hot Spots, our briefing on compliance, enforcement and government affairs. On the heels of Petrobas’ $853 million settlement resolving bribery allegations, we catch up with Gibson Dunn’s Joe Warin, who guided the Brazilian state oil company to a resolution with U.S. enforcers. Plus: A team from Murphy & McGonigle offers tips on avoiding an enforcement action from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (spoiler: beef up internal whistleblower programs). Scroll down for the latest on who’s getting work on the SEC enforcement front.

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