Boeing Settlement Agreement analysis

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Boeing Settlement Agreement Analysis and Recommendations
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Boeing’s Concerns Adequacy of its compliance resources Middle management actions Boeing has limited negotiating power, and what power it has derives from its ability to delay the settlement agreement.
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Knowledge “For purposes of determining compliance with and/or breach of this Agreement (as opposed to legal responsibility), and subject to the provisions of paragraph 4(f) of this Agreement, conduct by a Boeing employee classified at a level below Executive Management as defined by Boeing’s internal classification structure in place at the time of execution of this Agreement shall not be deemed to constitute conduct by Boeing”
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Knowledge Paragraphs 4 and 10 greatly reduce the burden on Boeing in light of the company’s concerns about compliance monitoring as well as possible actions by middle managers The provision was the subject of intense negotiation, and probably addresses Boeing’s concerns adequately
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