• Features

    The DOJ's New Parameters for Evaluating Corporate Compliance Programs

    Ronald H. Levine and Carolyn H. Kendall

    The parameters set forth in the DOJ's memorandum have implications not only for the government's evaluation of compliance programs in the context of criminal charging decisions, but also for how defense counsel structure their conference-room advocacy seeking declinations or lesser sanctions in both criminal and civil investigations.

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  • Features

    Do Your Employment Practices Violate Antitrust Law? They Might!

    Robert G. Brody and Alexander Friedman

    Did you know that certain employment practices could violate antitrust law? This is the message to be gleaned from joint guidance recently issued by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division

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  • Features

    Preet Bharara Highlighted Insurance Fraud

    Evan H. Krinick

    Over nearly eight years as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara became recognized as a powerful prosecutor in many areas, including government corruption and white-collar crime. Another subject for which he certainly deserves mention is his strong record helping to fight insurance fraud in New York.

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  • Columns & Departments

    In the Courts

    Monique Agnes O. Ladeji

    Recently, the Ninth Circuit set aside the convictions of Walter Liew, a Chinese-American engineer, for witness tampering and making false statements to the court. Here's an in-depth look at the case.

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  • Columns & Departments

    Business Crimes Hotline

    Analysis of a case in which a jury in New York convicted the former Minister of Mines and Geology of the Republic of Guinea, Mahmoud Thiam, on one count of transacting in criminally derived property and one count of money laundering in the amount of $8.5 million.

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  • Columns & Departments

    Business Crimes Hotline

    Monique Agnes O. Ladeji

    Analysis of a case in which a jury in New York convicted the former Minister of Mines and Geology of the Republic of Guinea, Mahmoud Thiam, on one count of transacting in criminally derived property and one count of money laundering in the amount of $8.5 million.

    Read More ›


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