DOJ Lays Out a Path to Reduced Corporate Penalties
A new Justice Department policy gives defense counsel a framework for winning reduced monetary penalties for fiscally poor client companies.
DOJ Plans Heightened Scrutiny of Government Contractors
The new "Procurement Collusion Strike Force" aims to root out antitrust crimes like bid-rigging and price-fixing in the procurement of government contracts.
DOJ Puts C-Suite Execs in Crosshairs
DOJ: “While pursuit of criminal and civil remedies against corporations is important, we should always focus on the individuals responsible for misconduct."
Shareholder Lawsuits Over M&A Deals Are Declining
With "disclosure-only" settlements falling out of favor with courts, fewer investors are suing companies for additional information on planned deals.
Six Ways to Curb the Costs of a Data Breach
You can’t lose a customer’s or an employee’s data if you don’t have it.