Early last year, when Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco began describing sanctions as “the new FCPA,” she didn’t mean sanctions enforcement would replace the FCPA. She meant the DOJ is working to replicate the success of FCPA enforcement by using some of the same strategies — a high-intensity focus on finding and punishing violators, deploying innovative tools, promoting international cooperation, and so on.
Posts Tagged: Merrick Garland
Two compliance-related facts have emerged since the start of 2021, and they must be related. First, the DOJ’s enforcement priority has shifted to individuals who commit white-collar “corporate” crimes and away from the corporations themselves.… Continue Reading