Blog Posts

They Come Out in the Daytime During Covid-19

Due diligence is perhaps most known as a process for connecting information with decisionmakers, a way to assure that information about a business or person is available to those charged with taking on investors or others. Read more

The Pandemic and Compliance

COVID-19 continues to have an impact on global business. As companies try and navigate these murky waters, corporate compliance departments are becoming a favored place to cut overhead. This mistake could cost a company far more money than is realized, yet their value is still not understood. Read more

Avoiding Vendor Fraud During COVID-19

In the wake of COVID-19 more than 9,000 new companies have been created in China allegedly to provide PPE to the US and other affected areas. Many of these manufacturers and distributors are not legitimate. Read more

Three Compliance Objectives for 2020

Three Compliance Objectives for 2020
A strong compliance program is vital for every organization. Compliance failures can cause financial losses, lost productivity, and create civil and criminal liability. Avoid compliance lapses by adopting these three compliance objectives for 2020. Read more

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: The Whistleblowers' Plight

The venerable anti-fraud group, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, issues a “Report to the Nations” every year, and it always finds that most workplace fraud is identified and resolved because of a whistleblower’s tip. Read more


Jeana Dollear 


CCI Magazine: Mitigating FCPA Risk and Maximizing Opportunities in a Global Economy

Entering new markets requires copious amounts of due diligence. While there are risks of corruption and bribery, Greece offers many intriguing perks. KLINK President and CEO Jeffrey Klink outlines the current opportunities and risks of conducting business in Greece. Read more

FCPA Blog: The Risk of Relying on Auditors to Find Fraud

Kick-back schemes, corrupt employees, and violations of your Code of Conduct are all risks facing businesses every day. To combat these threats, companies often rely on auditors to protect them. But are auditors really the answer? Read more

CEP Magazine: Best Practices When Responding to Hotline Reports

Hotlines can often be the most valuable tool in the compliance, legal and human resources toolbox. In fact, hotline reports often notify organizations about serious problems long before they come to light through other organizational controls. Read more

The Real Risks of Doing Business in Russia

Every day there is a new story on corrupted power in Russia and the United States’ efforts to combat it. We know the key players. We know their games. The key question is how do we properly protect US business and political interests? Read more

FCPA Blog: Take These Counter-Measures to Prevent China IP Thefts

The theft of intellectual property (IP) is a challenge facing organizations and industries operating globally. A special risk involves Chinese nationals both in and outside the PRC using less than sophisticated methods to steal IP. Read more



Jeana Dollear