July 25, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
Democratic senators grilled Brian Benczkowski, President Trump's pick as criminal division chief at the DOJ, on his "inexplicable" decision to represent a bank caught up in allegations of Russian meddling in the US election.
July 24, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
The Department of Justice has hired five new trial attorneys in the criminal fraud section's FCPA unit. Find out who they are.
July 03, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
While in private practice, Brian Benczkowski, President Donald Trump’s pick to serve as chief of the US Department of Justice’s criminal division, worked on some of the most notorious corporate crime cases in recent years, according to a congressional disclosure.
June 26, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
In a blog post on 25 June, the DOJ's first compliance counsel expert wrote publicly about her abrupt departure from the agency, where she was expected to work until September.
June 21, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
Hui Chen, the DOJ’s compliance consultant, will leave the criminal fraud section on Friday, a spokesperson for the department has confirmed.
June 20, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
Laura Perkins, who was an assistant chief in the criminal division’s FCPA unit, has left the DOJ for private practice. Meanwhile, a senior lawyer with the SEC has joined the department’s foreign bribery team.
June 13, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
Jesse Liu, who until recently was a white-collar defence partner with Morrison & Foerster, is one of several lawyers nominated by President Trump to US attorney positions.
June 09, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
As well as inviting applications for a full-time compliance counsel position, the US Department of Justice may offer the role to a contractor with experience as a chief compliance officer.
June 08, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
The US Department of Justice is looking to hire an attorney to succeed the criminal fraud section’s current compliance consultant Hui Chen, whose contract ends in September.
June 07, 2017, Just Anti-Corruption
After serving for less than five months in the Department of Justice’s criminal division, Trevor McFadden may soon be on his way out.