(00:00 – 4:55) Introductions and Varsity Blues Overview
(04:55 – 7:00) AP’s Personal Reaction to Operation Varsity Blues
(07:01 – 10:30) How Does Operation Varsity Blues Change Ethics & Compliance Programs in Colleges and Universities Moving Forward?
(10:31 – 14:35) How Long Will It Take For Things To Change After The Dust Settles and Implement Changes To E&C Programs?
(14:36 – 21:50) Reputational and Cultural Implications of Operation Varsity Blues, Proactive and Reactive Risk Management, and Why Nobody Saw This Coming
(21:51 – 26:10) How the E&C Market Will React to Operation Varsity Blues, Academic Accountability, Collaboration, and Opportunities for Recovery
(26:11 – 32:50) Using Operation Varsity Blues as a Case Study and Training Opportunity for Corporate Ethics and Compliance Programs
The Hanzo team will continue speaking with compliance, risk, and legal professionals throughout 2019 to discuss current events and regulatory trends. Thanks for listening, and be sure to subscribe to our Anchor channel to get notified when future podcasts are published!
This interview with AP Capaldo-Aoun is the latest entry in Hanzo’s Profiles of Excellence series. You can read more stories from our “Profiles of Excellence” series on our blog, including:
Louis Sapirman, Former Chief Compliance Officer at Dun & Bradstreet: “An Interview with Louis Sapirman, the Complianve Innovator”
Alexandra McCombs, Senior Project Manager at PAE: “10 Years In, and Still Passionate About eDiscovery”
Joseph Stephenson, Managing Director at Hagerty Insurance Agency: “Social Media Investigations – Lessons from a Master”
Ben Robbins, Senior Manager for Information Governance, eDiscovery and Forensics at LinkedIn: “Getting to Know Ben Robbins from LinkedIn”
Ricky Brooman, CEDS, Litigation Support Project Manager at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP: “Zero to Sixty in eDiscovery – the Value of On and Off the Job Training”