Antitrust whistleblowers should balance speed and thoroughness, observers say
Antitrust lawyers tasked with defending companies caught in criminal investigations say there is a tricky balance to be struck between rushing to win leniency from the Department of Justice, and hanging back to ensure counsel understands the supposed criminal activity before self-reporting.
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