September 24, 2015

In Their Own Words — Caldwell

— “Those who previously believed they could obtain cooperation credit without disclosing relevant facts about culpable individuals, or who advised clients that the department was more interested in a corporate resolution and a large fine rather than accountability for the people responsible for the crime, should hear a new message and see a different approach.”

Leslie Caldwell, head of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, explaining DOJ’s new approach to giving corporations credit for cooperating with prosecutors.  Click here for more.

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