How New DOJ Corporate Policy Would Finger Execs

, Corporate Counsel


Corporate executives and their general counsel: Beware. The rules have just changed significantly on how federal prosecutors are going to handle corporate misconduct, and you could be a target.

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  • DoubleEntendre

    It will be interesting to see how this plays out.Maybe I have to pull my mind out of the gutter, but this title is a little suggestive - no?

  • ColorBlindJustice

    And some folks wonder why business investment and economic growth remain so anemic six years into a so-called recovery. January 20, 2017 can‘t come soon enough.

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