Joseph Jaffe


Articles:

  • Defining Corporate Social Responsibility As A Norm Of Corporate Behavior
    Tuesday, December 1, 2009
    Editor: Please define corporate social responsibility for our readers. Jaffe: Broadly speaking, it is a matter of corporate self-regulation, concern for law, ethics, international norms, environment, the public sphere - for all the stakeholders in the business. At its best, it is a top down and bottom up way of doing business that includes risk management...
  • Wednesday, August 1, 2007
    Editor: Please tell our readers about your practice at UHY. Jaffe: UHY International, one of the world's leading business advisory, consulting and accounting networks, operates in189 offices in 57 countries with 4,500 professionals. In the U.S., UHY Advisors has about 1,500 professionals in 22 cities in various practice areas - business consulting,...
  • Friday, July 1, 2005
    Editor: What are your general reactions to the hypothetical on page 3? Jaffe: The hypothetical dramatizes that corporate counsel today must be exceedingly careful about what advice they give, its timing and how they say it. Not only is the plaintiffs' bar ready to pounce on corporations, but also the SEC, U.S. Attorney's Office and State Attorney General...