Business Law in the Public Interest

The NYU Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement (PCCE) is a law and research program dedicated to developing a richer and deeper understanding of the causes of corporate misconduct and the nature of effective enforcement and compliance.

PCCE is directed by faculty director Jennifer Arlen '86Through practical discourse and legal scholarship, PCCE seeks to help shape optimal enforcement policy, guide firms in developing more effective and robust compliance programs, and enhance education in the field of corporate compliance and enforcement. Each year, several students are accepted into the program, enabling them to gain unparalleled expertise in this area, both through courses and through access to leading practitioners. No other leading law school offers the same depth and breadth of courses by full-time faculty in this area.

From the PCCE Blog, Compliance & Enforcement

by Matthew Nunan and Martin Coombes Many UK regulated firms will be currently (re-)assessing staff as fit and proper and training staff on the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA’s) (or… more

by Anat Carmy-Wiechman, Giovanni Patti, and Peter Robau In a new report (PDF: 1.02 MB), the NYU Pollack Center for Law & Business, in collaboration with Cornerstone Research, investigated recent… more

by J. Robert Brown, Jr. These remarks have been edited for length and are being published in two parts. The following post is Part II of J. Robert Brown, Jr.’s prepared remarks delivered on… more

by Claire A. Hill Goldman Sachs recently admitted that it conspired to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act’s (FCPA’s) anti-bribery provisions.  It agreed to pay a significant monetary fine… more

by J. Robert Brown, Jr. These remarks have been edited for length and are being published in two parts. The following post is Part I of J. Robert Brown, Jr.’s prepared remarks delivered on… more

by Elizabeth Mitchell, Anjan Sahni, Daniel Schubert, Paul Architzel, Petal Walker, Matthew Beville, and Rob Greffenius On September 10, 2020, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC, or the… more

by Jamie L. Boucher, Eytan J. Fisch, Khalil N. Maalouf, Ernst-Wesley Laine, Malika Moore, Greg Seidner, and Javier A. Urbina On October 27, 2020, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial… more

by Kara Brockmeyer, Andrew Ceresney, Arian June, Robert B. Kaplan, Julie M. Riewe, Jonathan R. Tuttle, Mary Jo White, Ada Fernandez Johnson, and Mark D. Flinn On November 2, 2020, the U.S. Securities… more

by Jeremy Feigelson, Avi Gesser, Jim Pastore, Frank Colleluori, Mengyi Xu, Jeffrey Cunard, Luke Dembosky, and Tigist Kassahun California voters have approved the new California Privacy Rights Act (“… more

by J. Christopher Giancarlo, Elizabeth P. Gray, Justin L. Browder, Conrad G. Bahlke, and Richard M. Borden  On October 1, 2020, the Cyber-Digital Task Force (“Task Force”) of the… more