1. WHY APPROPRIATE AND EFFECTIVE COMPLIANCE AND CRISIS CONTROL PROGRAMS ARE NECESSARY.

Management of a public company in today’s legal and regulatory environment inevitably includes exposure to one or more serious crises, the handling of which necessarily will affect the good standing — and in some cases — the survival of an organization. While the most recent challenges are arising in the area of financial accounting, problems may also surface in any number of ways, ranging from employee fraud or misappropriation, product defects or instances of sexual harassment or racial bias in a hostile work environment.

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