Something to Report is a 45-minute fictional corporate drama created by DLA Piper to be used as a training tool for directors, legal departments and management at companies around the world. The film is about a fictional company, STANFERN Worldwide Auto, as it navigates an internal global investigation after an employee hears about an elaborate kickback scheme spanning multiple countries and involving a vendor and STANFERN’s procurement personnel.

The film covers a number of real issues that companies face, including whistleblower response protocols, compliance and internal audit failures, insufficient investigative resources and management of internal investigations.

Something to Report is DLA Piper's third feature film, joining the award-winning At What Cost? and In a Flash!  Each film is eligible for 1.5 hours of ethics CLE credit in most states.

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