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December 7, 2016

In the News Today – December 7, 2016

  • Trump’s Decision to Keep NY AG Bharara “Sends A Strong Message”: Former U.S. Attorney John Wood said that the decision by Trump to keep NY AG Preet Bharara “suggests that the Feds will continue to keep the pressure on C-suite executives to adopt and maintain strong compliance programs for their companies. The message for in-house counsel and corporate executives is not only to follow the law, but also to get serious about having an effective compliance program to prevent wrongdoing from occurring in the first place.” (Corporate Counsel)
  • DOJ, Corporate Defense Lawyers Debate the Over-Enforcement Problem, Live-Streamed Tomorrow: The Federalist Society will be hosting The Limits of Federal Criminal Law tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. to discuss the issues associated with over-enforcement by the DOJ and overcriminalization by Congress. Panelists, including lawyers from FedEx, Vascular Solutions, and Warner Chilcott, all companies that won major cases against the Department of Justice in 2016, will discuss the limits of federal criminal law and prosecution. A live stream link of the event is available here.
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