July 28, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
Companies considering compliance cuts during the pandemic should think carefully about how they do it, a DOJ official said. “It shouldn't just be reflexive that a 10% cut in the sales force means that there's going to be a 10% cut in compliance,” the official said.
July 22, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
The legal community is pushing back against a proposed IRS rule that will prevent companies from deducting disgorgement and forfeiture payments from their taxes.
July 16, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
“I encourage my folks to be very aggressive, not in the scope of what they seek but in the speed with which they push productions,” said US Attorney Craig Carpenito.
July 15, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
DOJ and SEC foreign bribery officials said the pandemic has made it “a little bit trickier” to work with enforcers they don’t already know well.
July 09, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
Rob Zink and others described grappling with the difficulties of securing data from China, and how valuable a company’s cooperation can be in emerging markets.
July 06, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
The Justice Department updated its 8-year-old FCPA resource guide, adding a host of clarifications a DOJ official said will help provide a roadmap for companies.
June 18, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
DOJ criminal division chief Brian Benczkowski said the pandemic has slowed the production of evidence from and into the US.
June 17, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
The Criminal Division’s fraud section has picked a department veteran to lead the newly formed Special Matters Unit.
June 10, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
Criminal division chief Brian Benczkowski is stepping down from his role at the Department of Justice.
June 03, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
“Sometimes it will break your heart when your cooperating witness is getting sued by the bad guy, and so on a human level I really feel for them,” said Criminal Division fraud section chief Robert Zink.