Posts Tagged: Individuals
Career prosecutor and current Deputy AG Sally Yates authored one the most important DOJ policy papers in decades — the Yates Memo, also known as the DOJ’s Individual Accountability Policy.
When I was asked last week during a TV interview if I once believed I could do wrong with impunity, I responded, “I never thought about getting caught.” Now, almost ten years after my last criminal act, comes the Yates Memo.… Continue Reading
As the New Year kicks into full swing, I decided to take a retrospective look at the last several years of individual FCPA enforcement actions. Looking through on a year-to-year basis, a not entirely surprising trend began to emerge: the number of men prosecuted by the Department of Justice for violations of the FCPA outnumbered women.… Continue Reading