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May 2015

The Ethics of Flopping

Is it wrong for NBA Players to flop? I don’t know about you, but I’ve grown tired of seeing grown men flop to fool referees into believing they have been fouled when they didn’t even get touched by the offending player. Yet, it happens multiple times during every basketball playoff... Read more →

The Ethics of ‘DeflateGate’

Did the Punishment fit the Crime? I have read all kinds of rationalizations as to why the “DeflateGate” scandal is much ado about nothing. Other teams cheat, the saying goes, including in the 1985 and 1986 NFL seasons when S.F. 49er legendary coach, Bill Walsh, allegedly, instigated a problem with... Read more →

Does Compliance with Laws and Regulations create an Ethical Culture: Lessons from Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank Whistle-Blower Provisions of Dodd-Frank and Financial Statement Restatements I recently read a report by Audit Analytics that indicates the proportion of corporate financial restatements that had no impact on the bottom line was 59% in... Read more →