Corporate Defense and Disputes

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Tag Archives: Prosecution

Justice Department Launches New FCPA Pilot Program

The Department of Justice yesterday upped the ante in its efforts to encourage companies to self-report potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) violations when it unveiled a one-year pilot program that includes carrots for companies who take the self-reporting route and sticks for those that don’t.  This announcement follows the Department’s recent emphasis on prosecuting individuals … Continue Reading

Justice Department Prioritizes Prosecution of Individuals for Corporate Misconduct in New Guidance

After prolonged criticism over its lack of prosecution of individuals responsible for corporate misconduct, the Justice Department has issued new internal guidance that makes clear that prosecuting individuals in white collar cases is a high priority and should be considered at the very early stages of a corporate misconduct investigation. … Continue Reading
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