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 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."
Workplace Class Actions Soared in 2017
But employers can expect better outcomes this year, as the Trump Administration gains a stronger foothold with its pro-employer orientation.
Executives Investigated Under FCPA Can Fear Less
Altering an unwritten policy, the DOJ eases pressure on companies to fire executives involved in FCPA wrongdoing.
SEC Settles Two Huge FCPA Cases
Petrochemical company Braskem, its parent Obebrecht, and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries will pay a combined $4 billion.