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Michael D. Hynes

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To monitor or not to monitor? DOJ Criminal Division issues new policy guidance regarding the imposition of corporate monitorships

USA - October 17 2018 On October 11, 2018, Brian A. Benczkowski, Assistant Attorney General for the Department of Justice (DOJ) Criminal Division, announced the...

John M. Hillebrecht, Kristina Neff Burland.


Attorney General Sessions reemphasizes DOJ commitment to FCPA enforcement, individual accountability: 4 takeaways for business

USA - April 26 2017 As the Trump Administration wraps up its first 100 days, practitioners have a bit more clarity regarding how the new Administration will assess...

Brett Ingerman, Brian H. Benjet, Angela J. Crawford.


Second Circuit affirms employers’ right to terminate employees who fail to cooperate with internal investigations

USA - July 1 2016 A recent decision from the Second Circuit affirmed an employers’ right to terminate an employee who refused to participate in an internal...

Brett Ingerman, Brian H. Benjet, John M. Hillebrecht.


Expanding personal liability for chief compliance officers: MN federal court decision, proposed NY regulation continue the trend

USA - February 22 2016 A recent decision from a federal district court and a proposed regulation from the New York State Department of Financial Services provide even more...

Brett Ingerman, Brian H. Benjet.


Not just a compliance program, but an effective compliance program: SEC, DOJ issue strong reminders

USA - June 4 2015 In recent days the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have issued strong messages reemphasizing the importance of...

Brett Ingerman, Brian H. Benjet, Kristina Neff.