By: Editorial Staff, Date: January 21st, 2021

We understand that everyone is feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In these days of uncertainty, we want you to know that we’re there for you to help where we can.

With that in mind, we have launched a live blog that we will regularly update. Continuing education deadlines and requirements are changing, albeit temporarily. You are likely aware that the majority of states have already issued changes. We’ll keep you updated with all of the information as we get it, in one place.

Rest assured that our priority remains the same: making it easier to meet your continuing education credit requirements, featuring the best content we can provide. To help you achieve this, we are reducing the price of our on-demand (self-study) state bundles by 15% until further notice.

To help where we can, our team is also available to offer any guidance about facilitating webcasts and teleworking as many organizations worldwide make the transition to remote working. If you need any assistance in doing so, please email us at [email protected]. Our team is monitoring this inbox 24 hours a day, though please be aware that it may take us a little longer than usual to respond to these requests.

We urge everyone to follow their local health and safety advice and guidelines, and please let us know if we can be of any further assistance during this difficult time.

Many thanks,

Andrew Macleod

Senior Director of Operations

The Knowledge Group

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To deter the increasing number of bribery and corruption offenses among US entities, intensified Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement actions continue to be a focus area this year. Specifically, the FCPA is requiring companies to retain their company’s record “in reasonable detail, [and to] accurately and fairly reflect the transactions and dispositions of [assets]” to conform with the FCPA’s books and records requirements. Failure to comply could lead to legal lawsuits and hefty fines.

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