[Guidance]U.S. Department of Justice Guidance on Corporate Compliance Cases
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has published guidance for prosecutors around the evaluation of corporate compliance programs in cases of non-compliance. This has the potential to impact charging decisions, plea negotiations, and other agreements and penalties.
What’s in This Guidance?
This guidance explains the DOJ’s instructions to prosecutors, and how companies can leverage this information to build a more robust corporate compliance program. With a focus on three integral questions prosecutors will be asking, this guidance equips companies to make informed decisions around program design, implementation and execution, in alignment with the new direction from DOJ.
Key Insights Include:
- What prosecutors look for during an evaluation
- How to build a program in alignment with DOJ requirements
- How program design and mitigative actions may reduce penalties
- And more!
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