Arnold & Porter's cross-disciplinary global Compliance practice brings clients an efficient and coordinated approach to risk detection and mitigation by developing effective compliance programs and providing ongoing compliance guidance and support.

Building Effective Compliance Programs. Now, more than ever, companies are realizing the legal and practical necessity of having effective compliance programs. At Arnold & Porter, we understand that designing, implementing and maintaining effective compliance programs can be challenging and may even feel overwhelming. That is why our global Compliance practice helps companies of all types and sizes proactively design, implement, enhance, and/or maintain tailored, effective and practical compliance programs to deter and detect regulatory or internal policy violations. Our firm's former government prosecutors, policy officials, in-house counsel, and compliance officers add to our deep understanding of the specific risks companies face and how best to implement risk-based programs through risk assessments, governance, policies, processes, training, and auditing.

Ongoing Substantive Compliance. In addition to our work with compliance programs, we also provide ongoing regulatory support and guidance across multiple sectors throughout the world.

Areas of our compliance practice include:

  • Anti-Bribery and Corruption
  • Anti-Money Laundering
  • Antitrust/Competition
  • Banking Regulations
  • Broker-Dealer and Investment Adviser
  • Competitive Information (trade secrets, competitive monitoring)
  • Consumer Finance
  • Consumer Product Safety
  • Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Customs and Import Compliance
  • Cybersecurity
  • Energy
  • Environmental
  • Export Control & International Trade
  • False Claims Act
  • FDA and EU life sciences regulatory
  • Fraud & Abuse
  • Government Contracts
  • Healthcare
  • Insider Trading
  • Labor & Employment
  • Political Activities
  • Privacy/ Data Protection
  • Prop 65
  • Securities
  • Tax
  • Workplace Issues

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