Lieber and Solow has established the following public grievance mechanism which allows confidential reports of suspected bribes, inappropriate gifts and/or anti-competitive practices to be submitted by employees or external parties without fear of retaliation and for these to be investigated and actioned appropriately. In addition, any other complaints of concern should use this mechanism.
Barry Krostich is responsible for implementing and reviewing this procedure. Concerns can be raised by interested parties via mail.
Please address To:
575 8th avenue, floor 18
New York, New York, 10018
Upon receiving this complaint, we will aim to:
- Get an accurate report of the complaint.
- Explain our complaint procedure.
- Find out how the complainant would like it addressed/resolved.
- Assess the eligibility of the complaint and, where applicable, decide who should handle it internally. In cases where we are unable to address the complaint internally (e.g., where our company is too far removed from the origin of the issue raised in the complaint), we may redirect it to a more appropriate entity or institution. Where the issue can be handled internally, seek further information where possible and appropriate.
- Identify any actions we should take including hearing from all parties concerned, and monitoring the situation.
- Advise the complainant of our decisions or outcomes.
- Keep records on complaints received and the internal process followed, for at least five years.
This policy is endorsed by Steve Roffman
President, Lieber & Solow