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Dan Collins

  • A new outlook on Fifth Amendment rights

    On Dec. 18, 1992, two Houston brothers were shot and killed. In the weeks following the killings, police brought Genovevo Salinas in for questioning. They charged him with murder in February 1993, but by then he had fled the country; it wasn’t until 2007 that police found Salinas living in...

  • Mistakes and realities of implementing and executing effective compliance programs

    A Morgan Stanley managing director ended up in prison for committing substantial Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violations, but the strength of the company’s compliance program helped it avoid enforcement actions from the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

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