The Justice Department’s Corporate Enforcement Policy: What’s Really Changed?
May 3, 2023 | New York Law Journal
The Department of Justice sent a clear message early in the Biden Administration: white-collar criminal enforcement would be a lot tougher than during the Trump Administration. That message was reflected in policy changes announced by DOJ leadership. Yet many observers believe that enforcement has not picked up as intended. In our latest article for the NYLJ, “The Justice Department’s Corporate Enforcement Policy: What’s Really Changed?” we discuss the Criminal Division’s recent revisions to its Corporate Enforcement Policy. Those revisions seek to give added incentives for companies to volunteer information to prosecutors.