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February 21, 2018

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Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Friday that companies should receive credit for having strong compliance programs, and that the Department of Justice should not go for “unfair settlements,” Law360reports.

He said DOJ will give “the greatest consideration” to companies who integrate robust compliance programs into their culture, rather use the “hammer of criminal enforcement to exact unfair settlements.” The Department should pursue stronger enforcement when necessary, but should also “think carefully about accountability and fairness in [DOJ’s] decisions,” he said.

Rosenstein added that the practice of issuing memos to guide Department policy creates “uncertainty” that “makes it harder for businesses to make informed decisions.”

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