[eBrief] 10 Ingredients for Independence: The Role of the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer in Life Sciences

For years, a debate has waged on about the distinction between an organization’s general counsel (GC) and chief ethics and compliance officer (CECO). This debate often revolves around a series of questions: Can the GC assume a secondary role as a compliance officer since most compliance issues relate to the law? Or, if a company appoints a CECO who is not the GC, does that executive work in conjunction with or independently from the GC?  Also, what are the placement and duties of a CECO within the C-suite?

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