Welcome to our third installment of OIG Shorts. Ethics & Compliance programs that buck up against an employee’s reality—whether that reality is real or perceived—have less chance of succeeding. In this third edition of our OIG Shorts series, we explore the importance of developing what we call Reality-Based E&C Programs.

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Jonathan Aronie is the Leader of the firm’s Governmental Practice Group and is a former Managing Partner of the Washington, D.C. office. Jonathan also is a founding member of the firm’s Organizational Integrity Group, a cross-disciplinary team of litigators, regulatory specialists, federal monitors…

Jonathan Aronie is the Leader of the firm’s Governmental Practice Group and is a former Managing Partner of the Washington, D.C. office. Jonathan also is a founding member of the firm’s Organizational Integrity Group, a cross-disciplinary team of litigators, regulatory specialists, federal monitors, and ex-prosecutors with extensive experience helping organizations prevent and defend against challenges to their organizational integrity.