That journey began when VW finally admitted to installing defeat devices in more than 500,000 U.S. cars, was fined more than $4 billion, and was forced into arguably the most high-profile compliance monitorship on record. VW’s three-year monitorship, which lasted from 2017 until September 2020, is chronicled in Compliance Week’s latest in-depth case study: “Coming Clean: Volkswagen’s Dieselgate scandal and compliance monitorship.”
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The story has two protagonists: Larry Thompson, the dean of compliance monitors who came out of retirement to take on one final challenge; and Hiltrud Werner,…