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 Dr. Katja Langenbucher The history of whistleblower protection under European Law is short. Ten European countries have provided effective protection for whistleblowers in their national laws. For… more

by Antenor Madruga, Ana Belotto and Adriano Teixeira [1] Obligations and incentives to implement effective compliance programs have increasingly gained importance in Brazil in light of concepts like… more

by Andrew M. Levine, Kara Brockmeyer, and Marisa R. Taney In recent years, anti-corruption enforcement has become increasingly globalized.  New anti-corruption laws have proliferated, along with… more

by Debbie L. Berman, Andrew W. Vail, Aaron J. Hersh, and Amit B. Patel Eighteen state attorneys general are increasing their activism, looking for additional tools to challenge employers’… more

By David S. Cohen, Franca Harris Gutierrez, Sharon Cohen Levin, Ronald I. Meltzer, Jeremy Dresner, David M. Horn, Zachary Goldman, Michael Romais and Semira Nikou I. Executive Summary Bank Secrecy… more

by Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP Effectively dealing with a crisis often requires disclosure to government authorities, shareholders, and other stakeholders, even when many facts remain… more

by Joel Mitnick, Douglas Gansler, and Monica Martin Cadwalader Expands AG Practice Over the past year, State Attorneys General have stepped into what they describe as a void of antitrust enforcement… more

by Yan Luo, Eric Carlson, Tim Stratford and Kurt Wimmer On July 5, 2019, China’s Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) published a new draft Encryption Law (“the draft Law… more

by Greg D. Andres, Martine M. Beamon, Angela T. Burgess, Arthur J. Burke, Ronan P. Harty, Neil H. MacBride, Tatiana R. Martins, Paul J. Nathanson, Howard Shelanski, Jesse Solomon In a speech on July… more

by Jonathan J. Rusch On June 30, two Ministers in the Dutch Cabinet — Minister of Finance Wopke Hoekstra and Minister of Justice and Security Ferdinand Grapperhaus – sent a joint letter to the… more