Compliance Strategists (New York)

Joe Murphy

Compliance Strategists (New York)
Senior Advisor

Joe has worked in the organizational compliance and ethics area for over thirty-five years and is Senior Advisor, Compliance Strategists, a New York area based consulting firm specializing exclusively in organizational compliance and ethics solutions for a wide spectrum of private, public, governmental, academic and non-profit entities. Joe was previously Senior Attorney, Corporate Compliance, at Bell Atlantic Corporation, where he was architect and lawyer for Bell Atlantic’s worldwide corporate compliance program. Joe was co-founder and vice-chairman of the board of Integrity Interactive Corporation (now part of SAI Global). He has worked on compliance and ethics matters on six continents, and assisted government agencies, NGOs and companies across a broad range of industries. Joe has lectured and written extensively on corporate compliance and ethics issues, is on the board of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) (, is Editor-in Chief of SCCE’s magazine, Compliance and Ethics Professional, and is the SCCE’s Director of Public Policy (pro bono). He has represented SCCE as a consultative partner to the OECD’s Working Group on Bribery in Paris, and testified before the US Sentencing Commission on proposed revisions to the Sentencing Guidelines compliance program standards. He currently serves as chair of the advisory board of the Rutgers Center for Government Compliance and Ethics. Joe has his BA from Rutgers University and his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania where he was a member of the Order of the Coif and Managing Editor of the Law Review. He is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.


351 Bulletin

Joe Murphy The US Sentencing Commission looks at changing guidelines in antitrust


The US Sentencing Commission in a public notice has indicated it may make reform of the guidelines for antitrust crimes a priority this year, 79 Fed. Reg. 31409 (June 2, 2014). I believe the Commission should take action to affirm the importance of antitrust compliance programs as an essential (...)

Joe Murphy The US District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky indicts an executive officer who is accused of agreeing to coordinate bids and fix prices of automotive parts (US / Shingo Okuda, G.S. Electech)


The Auto Parts Antitrust Case: Is This What Success Looks Like?* Wow, what a success! The Antitrust Division recently announced that its investigations in the auto parts market uncovered “separate conspiracies to fix the prices of more than 30 different products sold to US car manufacturers ….” (...)


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