Find Lawyers in Jacksonville, Florida for Corporate Compliance Law
Practicing law for over 20 years, founding partner Ray Driver focuses on corporate law (including mergers and acquisitions), business, contracts, venture capital and securities law. He represents clients in business acquisitions, dispositions and mergers, as well as providing ongoing counseling regarding business formation, corporate governance, contract law and ancillary legal issues. He also counsels clients in obtaining capital through private placements, venture capital investments and ot...
Daniel Nunn practices in the areas of business and corporate law, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, securities law and finance, and franchise law. He represents buyers, sellers, and management groups in taxable and nontaxable transactions involving public and private companies in a variety of merger and acquisition transactions, including stock acquisitions, divisional asset acquisitions and divestitures, tender offers and exchange offers, restructurings, goi...
Former New York State Attorney General Dennis C. Vacco is a Partner with Lippes Mathias and serves on the firm's Executive Committee and as the Government & State Attorneys General Investigations Practice Team Leader. Mr. Vacco was elected New York State Attorney General in 1994 and served until 1999. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan was appointed United States Attorney for the Western District of New York after serving ten years as an Assistant District Attorney in Erie County. He focuse...
Job Fickett is an experienced litigator and problem-solver. Job’s practice is centered on offering creative and effective legal and business solutions in his primary practice areas of construction litigation, employment law, and high-stakes business and commercial disputes. Job also routinely serves as outside general counsel to entrepreneurs and small/midsized businesses. Prior to joining Taylor Day, Job was an attorney at a regional business litigation boutique, and he started his car...
Corporate Compliance Law Definition
Although the types of compliance programs and policies that may be appropriate for a particular organization will vary according to an organization’s size and complexity of operations, all organizations, large and small, corporate or otherwise, benefit from having effective corporate compliance programs in place, be they formal or informal, that are well-designed, appropriately tailored to the organization’s operations and actively monitored following their establishment.
While the design and implementation of an effective corporate compliance program is important for all types of organizations, a well designed program is ineffective without a culture within an organization that fosters a real spirit of adherence to the program from its leadership. A successful program demands the timely reporting of potential violations of the program to appropriate leaders within the organization and the prompt handling of those apparent violations.
The services of knowledgeable and experienced legal counsel can be used to assist an organization in not only cost effectively designing corporate compliance programs that are appropriate in light of an organization’s size, form of entity, operational focus, complexity, management structure, and breadth of operations, but also in aiding organizations in dealing with apparent violations of those programs and the underlying laws and regulations.
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