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Echoes from the ABA White Collar Crime Conference 2022 in San Francisco

On March 3, white collar practitioners gathered for an ABA conference session on recent FCPA developments and government priorities with Charles Cain, Chief of...

DOJ Continues Pace of Healthcare Fraud False Claims Act Prosecutions

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DOJ’s Case Against Ericsson Reinforces the Importance of Self-Disclosure for Companies Subject to DPAs...

Swedish networking and telecom company Ericsson has reported that the DOJ has accused the company of violating its 2019 deferred prosecution agreement by failing...

DOJ Appoints Deputy AG as Director of Covid-19 Fraud Enforcement

The DOJ has appointed Associate Deputy Attorney General Kevin Chambers to serve as Director for COVID-19 Fraud Enforcement. He will lead the department’s criminal...

DOJ Announces $5.6 Billion in FCA Recoveries for FY2021

The Department of Justice recovered more than $5.6 billion in civil fraud settlements and judgments during fiscal year 2021, the department announced Tuesday. According...

Recent Resolution of Fraud Allegations Signals DOJ’s Increased Use of Corporate Monitorships

On December 21, 2021, the DOJ announced a resolution of its criminal investigations into NatWest Markets Plc, a global banking and financial services firm...

DOJ Walks Back Recent Flexibilities for Corporate Resolutions

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Inside DOJ’s New Cyber-Fraud Initiative

The Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced the launch of the Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative, which will utilize the False Claims Act (FCA) to pursue cybersecurity-related fraud...

DOJ Welcomes Cyber Whistleblowers Under New FCA Initiative

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